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Posted on 3rd September 2021
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The author of this report on Extreme Tech is livid, and rightly so.
Western Digital, Crucial, and now Samsung have been exposed cheating their customers for SSDs (Solid State Discs).
The article describes how the initial versions of the products are released, and reviewed by magazines like Extreme Tech. Then modified versions of them are released, having lower performance but the same model number. These newer lower performance SSDs are bought by customers on the basis of reviews of higher performance versions.
This is fraud, pure and simple.