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1. Crucial

2. Performance
post #402 of 2729
1. Intel, Crucial, Samsung.

2. Reliability, Price, and Performance -- in that order.
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It's contest time again at Overclock.net, and we have another great one for you! biggrin.gif Our friends at Intel have given us two new SSDs to give away to two lucky random members. Intel has shared with us the following details about the SSDs that they’re providing:
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The Intel 320 Series SSD offers better performance, built-in data protection features, larger capacities and more value for your money. Created with 25-nanometer Intel NAND Flash Memory, the Intel SSD 320 Series accelerates PC responsiveness. With sequential read performance of up to 270 megabytes per second (MB/s), your PC will handle demanding applications and multitasking needs.
Two Overclock.net users will win a 120GB 320 Series SSD just for answering the questions below:
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?
2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD? Price,
Performance, Brand - or a combination of these elements?
Good luck! Winners will be randomly selected after 12/31/11. Only replies with answers to all of the questions will be considered for entry. Qualifying entries must reside in either US or Canada (except Quebec).

1. ocz,intel

2. size/price/performance/ in that order
post #404 of 2729
1. OCZ, Intel, Crucial, Samsung

2. Price and Performance
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post #405 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other?

I am considering Intel and OCZ. I have used both of their products in customer builds and been happy with them.

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

Price to performance ratio. No matter how cheap it is I won't buy a dog, at the same time I am unlikely to buy the most expensive model even if it has the best performance. I want something with better than average performance at a better than average price.
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Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD Western Digtal 2TB RE4 Plextor 24x DL Burner ThermalTake Water 2.0 Extreme 
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Windows 7 Pro 64-bit Acer XB270HU 2560x1440, IPS-type panel, 144hz, ... EIZO FG2421 1920x1080 VA 120Hz QuickFire Cherry Blue 
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1) OCZ, Crucial

2) Both!

Thanks again!
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post #407 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade? Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot Memory, Samsung, or other? Intel all the way.

2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD? Price, Performance, Brand - or a combination of these elements?
A combination of all three with brand foremost.

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1. Corsair

2. Price
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post #409 of 2729
1. Which brand SSD are you considering for your next upgrade?
Samsung, Crucial, or Intel

2. What do you look for when selecting an SSD?
The price really needs to be in a good range, performance, and reliability. I don't want to buy a fast SSD and have it die on me in a few months.
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1. OCZ, Other

2. Combination.
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