The retailer’s study looked at the vulnerability of PC components – One product was above the others

According to Puget Systems, the failure of Samsung’s SSDs is non-existent. When evaluating a study, keep in mind that this is only the experience of one reseller.

When buying new PC components, you would like them to last as long as possible. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, so on good to get an indication of sustainable products.

Puget Systems, a U.S. computer retailer, investigated the functionality of the components in 2021, and the report revealed interesting results. Puget researched processors, graphics cards, hard drives, and SSDs, among others.

In 2011, Intel’s 11th generation processors were the most defective processors. In the Puget report, 5.28 percent of them were defective, which was a percentage before delivery to customers. Another 1.32 percent of the processors delivered to customers were found to be defective. 2.02 percent of AMD’s Ryzen 5000 Series processors were found to be defective prior to delivery to customers. After delivery to customers, 0.77 percent were defective.

Puget’s graphics card statistics are unfair, as it doesn’t include AMD at all. It should be noted, however, that 0.41% of Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3000 Series Founders Edition graphics cards were defective prior to delivery to customers. After delivery to customers, the failure rate was 0.26 percent. Among Nvidia’s partner manufacturers were Asus, EVGA, Gigabyte, MSI, NVIDIA and PNY, and they did not do as well. The failure rate for the partners’ GeForce RTX 3000 graphics cards was 1.63 percent and for customers 0.74 percent.

Western Digital Ultrastar hard drives had the highest failure rate in their category. The failure rate observed in stores was 0.73 percent and at customers 0.39 percent. The Seagate Firecuda 520 was honored to have the most failed SSD drive in 0.65 percent of stores. However, the error rate for customers was round zero. Samsung’s success was confusingly tough, with no faulty products found on the Samsung 870 EVO / QVO SSDs. Below are pictures.

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