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minimini537

Wrong DELL SSD shipped: SAS Toshiba vs SAS Samsung

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I ordered:

DELL 1.92TB, SAS 12Gb/s ( PX04SRB192) (which is actually Toshiba SSD MLC, 20nm)
(Read: 1900MB/s • Write: 850MB/s • IOPS 4K read/Write: 270k/22k • Flash memory: 2D-NAND MLC, 19nm)

I received:

DELL 1.92TB, SAS 12Gb/s (MZILS1T9HCHP-000D4) (which is actually Samsung SSD PM1633 VNAND TLC, 40NM)
(Read: 1200MB/s • Write: 900MB/s • IOPS 4K read/Write: 195k/31k • Flash memory: 3D-NAND TLC, 40nm)

I am bit fedup with this wrong shipment but I don't feel like going thru process of re-sending and returning it on the other part of world. I wanted to see comparison in benchmarks of these two to see what to do but I can't find reviews on storagereview.com

Can someone point me to benchmarks and comment on the quality of each drive; are they at least similar in quality and endurance. Should I return it or keep it; is it big difference? They are used for cloud hosting based on vmware. Which model is newer ??

Thanks

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I'm curious, did they let you order that specific part number or was it just the 1.92TB class drive? And what's this for?

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1 hour ago, Brian said:

I'm curious, did they let you order that specific part number or was it just the 1.92TB class drive? And what's this for?

SSD doesn't come directly from DELL but a reseller. It was ordered exactly by model number so I have every right to return it or full refund. But if Samsung is better /I doubt as Toshiba's 19nm looks newer technology to me/ I could keep samsung.... TBH, I am tired of of ping-pong with post and all that. Just need advice from people who know well both models.

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