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Best ssd for $200-300

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I want an ssd to launch my games from, so I would like a high capacity one for about $200-300 and I was currently looking at this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233220
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Crucial m4>all lol
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HyperX 120GB.
 
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1. The Crucial drive is $200 for 128, why not a Corsiar for high capacity and only $50 more?
2. For an extra $20 bucks I get 60Gb more than the Hyperx.
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Crucial m4 for sure!
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HyperX 120GB.
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1. The Crucial drive is $200 for 128, why not a Corsiar for high capacity and only $50 more?
2. For an extra $20 bucks I get 60Gb more than the Hyperx.
I strongly suggest that neither of these is a good choice until Sandforce gives Corsair and Kingston their newest firmware with the bsod fix.

Until then, both are highly unreliable drives.
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Were it me, and I were looking for as much disk space as I could reasonably get, I would definitely choose the Force 3 180GB. However, I think the best money right now is spent on the Agility 3, especially with OCZ just releasing the firmware to fix the BSOD problem (the degree of which I firmly believe to have been exaggerated). I just ordered one. For $155 ($125 after MIR), you might even consider getting two.
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