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1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?


I would want one from Intel, Corsair or GSkill.

2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD? Price,
Performance, Brand - or a combination of these elements?


I usually look for ones that offer good performance and discounts that bring it down to around $1 per GB.
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In!

 

1. Intel, Corsair currently, but any really depending on performance, value & warranty cover.

 

2. Performance/Price (ie value), controller type and reliability.

post #1413 of 2729
1. Intel, Crucial
2. Performance. I need something reliable.
post #1414 of 2729
1. Crucial, intel, and samsung
2. currently have an OCZ agility 3 but will replace it with a faster and more reliable one from 1 of the 3 brands i listed
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1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?

Samsung

2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD? Price,
Performance, Brand - or a combination of these elements?

Performance - Reciently our project had a requirement for building a system with SSD capabilities. The first thing that came to mind was OCZ becuase of the rep it had. After buying 2-480GB drives we ran into major issues with the controller cards. Apparently the controller cards inside the drives failed thus loosing all our information on the drives. They became unusable. We've since gone with Samsung and so far no problems at all. It seems to be a solid product.
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In!

1. Crucial, Intel

2. Price/Performance and reliability...
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post #1417 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, Crucial, or Samsung

2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD? Price,
Performance and reliability.


Thanks! biggrin.gif
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OCZ or Corsair
Performance & Price
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1. OCZ or Intel

2. Performance / price
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post #1420 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?
I'm looking at Intel right now. Brand loyalty at its best tongue.gif

2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD? Price,
Performance, Brand - or a combination of these elements?
Price and then performance.
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