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    johnbarry
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    Hi Dave last year, on here, you gave me a link to a 240GB SSD.

    All is fine, it has no name, I am putting it on ebay, not sure if you called it a generic.

    It does have a number on a sticker, I can’t find anything.

    HAR-XXX-U-256-2.5-SSD

    Cheers
    John

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  • #34157

    Boris
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    John – that might be a KingSpec ?

    Never trust an atom - they make up everything !

    #34162

    Dave Rice
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    If it’s an Amazon bargain (probably was) I’ll bet it’s a KingDian. That would tally with Boris’s find.

    The other not-a-big-name that I’ve bought are Drevo X1 but IIRC they are obvious.

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    johnbarry
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    Thanks for the suggestions.

    In the light of day (just) I have slowly removed the sticker, to find another sticker and it’s a

    Micron M550 2.5 256GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD MTFDDAK256MAY

    Could there be a secret as the Micron sticker was covered up.

    Cheers
    John

    #34171

    Dave Rice
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    Could well be John. These smaller companies (and some large ones like HP and Lenovo) don’t manufacture their own hardware.

    When I discovered what some Lenovo SSDs actually were I stopped worrying about buying lesser known brands.

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    johnbarry
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    Thanks Dave

    Perhaps I should have left the other sticker on it and sold it as the HAR-XXX-U-256-2.5-SSD

    not as a Micron M550 2.5 256GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD MTFDDAK256MAY

     

     

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    Cheers
    John

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