reconditioning cf-c1 batteries with new 18650 cells ? how doable is it ?

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    seems like some random write speeds are better on the bigger HDD ??
     

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    I cannot say for sure but i think sata 3 came out with sandy bridge. which is the i5-25xx chips. Is that what you have.? this benchmark is on a samsung on haswell or 4th gen intel sata 3. Some of the cheap ssds do not have a dram cache chip. it makes a big difference on the small files. Some of the cheap drives were only writing 2 megs a sec on multiple tiny files
     

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    try the maybe newer benchmark as ssd

    considered slow compared to the newer NVMe
     

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    thanks for the inputs !

    your evo 860 ssd has really good performance !

    I ran my tests on CF-C1Bs with sandy bridge 2nd gen intel i5 2520m

    I ve just ordered 2 new 512GB goldenfir SSDs for my new CF-C1Bs (I actually received 2 CF-C1Bs friday ... one was not supposed to boot to BIOS but I ve just checked and it boots perfectly fine :) ) ... maybe I ll have better performance with that size of SSDs ( I ve read somewhere that 180GB and 360GB are not conventional sizes for SSD and may offer less speed ...) ... I ll run a CrystalDisk BenchMark test on these too ;)
     
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    bigger drives perform better since they have more chips. some of the cheaper ones only use 1 chip. My only issue would be reliability from cheap drives. I have some ancient ide drives that still work after 25 years. Had boxes full of seagate drives that failed after a few years. Time will tell
     
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    Thanks a lot ! very useful information ! :)

    I could save a few bucks by ordering these (less than 9E) chargers : https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32722315714.html?spm=2114.12010615.8148356.1.49ab4bf7BxNpbh ;) (found some EU power cords at the office ;) )
     
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    I'd recommend avoiding generic Chinese adapters and cords.

    Chinese adapters with name brands like Dell or IBM meet rigorous quality standards - others may not. Many people keep adapters plugged in all the time. I've seen pictures of fires in homes started by cheap laptop adapters. Is it worth a few $ or euros to risk your life and everything you own?
     
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