Since Linus produces oodles of videos every month, cause he's like the biggest tech channel on youtube, there is no way for me to find the video. But he did a video on some cheapo SSD drive that didn't contain it.
What he demonstrated by doing a file transfer to it, a very large file transfer mind you, it was going super fast, until it filled up its cash, then suddenly became slower then a mechanical drive.
He was demonstrating why its so important to have that extra layer of NAND flash onboard. Anyways, it just illustrated to me what I already knew, and that is, if I want a reliable quality and fast drive, I got to stick with Samsung and eat the cost.
But for portable temporary use SSD drives for external USB use, I didn't mind buying a cheaper no-name brand of drive. It has served me well for installing OS's, but I would never rely on it for permenant use.
But Samsung memory and SSD's are about the only thing I fan over when it comes to that brand. I don't buy their TV's, or their phones, or their tablets, none of that, I could care less about their overpriced stuff in that area. Memory and SSD's, thats all I care about from Samsung lol.