[xubuntu-users] Installation questions

David Wright daveubuntu71 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 16:28:33 UTC 2019


On Mon, 8 Apr 2019 at 13:28, Ralf Mardorf <silver.bullet at zoho.com> wrote:

> On Mon, 2019-04-08 at 14:22 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> > Bought 03.02.2017, OCZ TL100 240GB 77,95€ Health 65%, Power-On Hours
> Count 15169, Host Writes 278773, Bad Block Count 0
> > Bought 27.07.2017, OCZ TL100 240GB 86,50€ Health 86%, Power-On Hours
> Count 12289, Host Writes 107154, Bad Block Count 0
> > Bought 25.07.2018, OCZ TR200 240GB 49,98€ Health 83%, Power-On Hours
> Count  5645, Host Writes 201040, Bad Block Count 0
>
>
> > Bought 07.01.2018, OCZ TR200 240GB 37,90€ Helath 91%, Power-On Hours
> Count  2127, Host Writes  84537, Bad Block Count 0
>          07.01.2019 I noticed this typo, there might be other typos,
>                     too.
>
>
> > Today's price of the TR200 (the successor of the TL100) is 34,50 € by
> > the same dealer. Only 100% good reviews. I had HDDs that didn't get 2
> > years old, some even didn't make it for a day, while at least one HDD is
> > way more than two decades old. I don't have much experiences with SSDs,
> > but I'm already satisfied.
>
>
Many thanks for the replies. My reasoning behind having a HDD is purely one
of space vs cost.  I have a sizeable media collection that would require
several SSDs and thus increase my overall cost, whereas a 2TB HDD is £50.00.

So, it's good to know Xubuntu and SSDs play nice together.  And I shall not
worry about UEFI.

Thanks again all
David
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