WTF are you talking about? Samsung SSDs have always been considered top tier. If you want the "best" SSDs you basically buy an Intel, Samsung or Crucial, in that order (but all roughly the same, with Intel standing out a bit more than the other two).
If you want to buy the cheapest (price/performance) consumer SSD out there then yes you buy Samsung or Crucial.
Intel prices their consumer stuff higher because they want fatter margins.
See SSD life endurance test https://techreport.com/review/....
Anyway SSD's fail completely different from Hard drives. Most just vanish, some corrupt massively and others go in a final one chance read-only mode (select Intel consumer models).
Tested backups are a necessity here.
Apparently it's quite normal to have software work around hw defects.
And now they are commonplace.
Boot to Ghost, install os, play, run, do whatever. In the event of a virus, it's short lived. When I attended Berkeley, this was the way they had set up their computer lab. I remember, at the time, being intrigued by the setup.
I have no knowledge of Ghost (use dism & ntfsclone primarly) but doesn't the "Run" step require a reboot ?
Does your user know how to boot Ghost manually or is there a special bootloader that gets updated on deploy and when Windows is first ran.
Are your images Sysprepped or machine specific ? And if so aren't you bothered with the lengthy "pseudo-setup" phase (eg Windows welcome (OOBE), Installing drivers,
The non-biological components are definitely more robust. You can just plug in new ones. Even do upgrades. The first thing I'd do after the amputation is dedicate a bunch of time to learning as much about prosthetics and 3D printing as I could. "Doctor heal thyself" would be a pretty good thing to dedicate the rest of my life to.
Bullshit, your biological components are a lot more robust. The average llifespan is 80 years.
Show me one mechanical machine (heart) which can do that without some offline maintenance.
It takes proper training to be able to even use current gen prosthetics.
And both scenario's are coupled with a lot of pain and hardship: nerve damage, ghost limb syndrome,