I watched a video of Linus Tech Tips talk about DRAM-less SSDs. Subsequently I started reading articles from numerous sites that had benchmarked DRAM-less SSDs and SSDs with the DRAM cache. Linus and Tom's Hardware spelled doom for DRAM-less SSDs, stating that lower life and a lower warranty are the result of removing the DRAM cache, on top of 'lesser' performance. Every SSD I've seen, DRAM or no DRAM, has a 3 year warranty, whether it's a pricier EVO or a cheaper Kingston. I purchased a 120GB Sandisk without DRAM, threw the OS on it, and it was life changing for me. Do anyone of you have experience with either type of SSD? Is there a real world performance difference, or is this an enthusiast sector issue?