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Corsair Nova V64?

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Was looking at a cheap starter SSD and stumbled on this.

http://www.frys.com/product/6618874?...H:MAIN_RSLT_PG

Is this a decent buy?
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It uses the Indilinx controller that is in my Vertex SSDs. They both work beautifully so I'd say that it would be just fine. The read/write speeds just would not be up to par with the newest drives. However, it will be fast enough.
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I've got the 32GB version and it is nice as a boot drive
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