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i want an intel ssd and i look for performance
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post #2712 of 2729
1) Brands: Intel, or OCZ

2) I look for brand, reliability and customer support are a big thing since I've had three SSDs fail on me. Quite honestly I don't need extreme performance so as long as its around status quo I'm okay. Bleeding edge performance equals trouble in my books
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post #2713 of 2729
Intel

Performance
post #2714 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?


I would prefer Intel, they have outstanding reviews, as well as Samsung


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


First price, then I would go with reviews, then performance.
post #2715 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?

Intel, Corsair, OCZ

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

Price, Performance, Brand
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1. Crucial
2. Performance
 
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i have already decided upon Intel for my next upgrade. I have done some research and I believe that Intel ssd's are cost efficient and although they do not claim to be the most cutting edge or fastest they seem to have focused on reliability. The difference in speed between a hard drive and a solid state drive is considerable I do not want milliseconds of speed over reliability and an awesome warranty. I have a boot ssd right now but it is too small. I want to upgrade so that i can have more programs and a little head room. I am going to use the old one to upgrade my old rig, an E8400 on an Asus board. That should actually make that a decent little backup rig again, thumb.gif
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1. Crucial, Intel, or Samsung.
2. Price/Performance
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1) ocz

2) price/performance and price/capacity
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post #2720 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?


Intel, corsair or kingston

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

Price, Performance, reliability
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