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Aoshi
2012-02-05T13:53:00Z

SSDs are very nice. Still expensive, but they are a cheaper way of speeding up your computer a great deal. My rig is getting old but I recently got my hands on an SSD. It runs a bunch load faster. Especially games!

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2012-02-07T03:04:16Z

Yeah, they're still good bang for the buck. SSD drive really speeds up your windows noticeably!

ChrisCross99
2012-11-17T15:56:08Z

Yeah they are sooooo worth it and make sure you go with intel because they are the most reliable and have the lowest chances of wearing down. My buddy just picked up one for editing and playing bf3, i kid you not it runs like a hot knife through butter :D 

rapid1
2012-11-17T16:24:05Z

I think your a bit to sold with INTEl on the SSD side of things most players in the market now can match there performance on an SSD and the memory used on SSD's as well as the controllers are made by some set standards. Yes Intel has there design and some are model and maker specific but the guaranteed main thing you get with an INTEL SSD is a overly high price compared!

phenom2
2013-04-13T11:50:08Z

I can only reply saying that I wouldn't go back using a mechanical hard drive for my OS partition! It's an HUGE improvement in speeding up your system.....from booting it to other operations! Just look yourself! In my system I got 2 SSD....just look ;)

This is my Plextor M5P 128GB on SATAIII controller ;)

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this is a VisionTek 60GB Go Drive

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try to do the same with a mechanical drive [:D]

realneil
2013-04-13T14:35:25Z

Yes, SSDs are faster than the best HDDs in RAID too.

It's a trade off between performance and capacity. I like to have both on hand.

IgnasiusJulianPurba
2013-07-05T19:31:16Z

Yeah SSD is more faster than HDD but the capacity so far with HDD and the price more expensive.
Just chose what you want the "speed" or "capacity".

IzzeldienAllan
2014-03-23T06:51:39Z

totally worth it