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looks good but is the ssd really worth it
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looks good but is the ssd really worth it
Well, I would say for sure yes. Absolutely yes. But if you've never used one, you wouldn't know. So, going without one would be fine. It's one of those things that if you ever upgrade to an SSD, you'll never go back.

But if you've been fine without one up until now, you should be ok without one. Use the SSD money for your case. As I forgot to allocate funds for it in the build.

I edited the build a bit to maximize combos and stuff for you. Also gave a case recommendation. Sorry, I ninja edit my posts a whole lot.
    
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