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Yup, get a small capacity SSD and a big arse HDD...then do some linking of pics documents and vids to the HDD, and enjoy SSD speed for games and OS. Its really simple if cost is the issue
2nd to this... And keep in mind if you want to buy an SSD. Right now any Sandforce 2281 chipset is in trouble. Buy other than that. My SSD is working fine after updated into latest firmware. Before that, I experienced twice of OS freeze/lock-ups..
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post #12 of 12
would go with a flat out pure SSD. I hear good thing about the hybrids for being in notebooks but for a desktop you can always spend some extra cash for a big HDD in addition to a SSD.

For around the $100 price range, the M4 gets my vote
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