OK, the Adata gets the edge on this one. It also has the higher MTBF,
"MTBF 1,000,000 hours (Adata) 1,500,000 hours "
I'm going to buy an SSD (240GB)
i don't have a lot of money, so, im deciding wich one of this i have to choose, the price is very similar, and the only difference are the IOPS (In the web of ADATA i saw that there are 75K / 75K writting and reading, rather than Kingston ( 240GB — up to 90,000 IOPS and 25,000 IOPS)
I have an Intel i7 6700 with windows 10
i don't know wich one to choose!
(Sorry if i'm having bad grammar this is not my native language)
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