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comment MS Excel: save spreadsheet to tab-separated with UNIX end of lines and UTF-8?
Makes sense, thanks. A negative answer is still an answer.
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accepted Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
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comment House keeping removing 30+ days old files using shell script
Consider using -prune or -delete instead of -exec rm -rf - it's usually a much better option, if your find supports it.
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comment Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
I've changed the introduction of the question - hope it sounds much less shopping-like.
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revised Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
More clarifications of the question, changed entry note to make sure it's *not* a shopping question.
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comment Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
Okay, this question is not about shopping, especially it's not about shopping for particular brands or products. I'm not asking to find a best notebook or SSD for me. I just want to know the current state of the market, as both search engines and hardware-related sites are littered with "SLC good, MLC bad" articles, which are probably outdated and not true anymore, but they're came on the top in search queries due to their age. I believe that this question is really firmly answerable, probably with a simple link to modern set of reviews of benchmarks that prove one or other option.
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revised Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
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comment Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
Which point of the question is exactly subjective or has too wide scope? I've tried to fit the guidelines.
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comment Is a MLC still slower and less reliable than a SLC SSD?
Thanks for the answer! I consider buying a ThinkPad T420s - am I right that the best option would be buying the one without pre-installed SSD and choosing the right SSD carefully by myself? Also, I guess I don't need Z68 SSD Caching - this laptop would be running Linux.
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comment Choosing a right SSD for a notebook - from the *modern* point of view
Okay, I've tried opening up a superuser.com/questions/342628/… - would that do ok?