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What's the best bang for your buck?

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Looking at upgradeing to a 120gig +/- SSD soon, have about $200 to spend on it...
any suggestions on brand with best reliability/performance for my money?
thoughts... suggestion...
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Look into the crucial m4, the newegg reviews speak quite well about it.

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Yep, grab the M4. Look for a thread in the Online Deals section about it - you can get a 128GB model for ~$180.

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Look into the crucial m4, the newegg reviews speak quite well about it.

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Agreed on this point, Crucial M4 is a very reliable drive.

You can also look into the intel 500 series, corsair force series.
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Yes indeed, the Crucial M4, a beauty.

Stay away from Sandforce for the time being.
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