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I currently have an original 120GB Vertex (gen1) and was debating grabbing a 128GB M4. Would it be a worthwhile difference in everyday usage?

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I currently have an original 120GB Vertex (gen1) and was debating grabbing a 128GB M4. Would it be a worthwhile difference in everyday usage?

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Flutie98

Nope, not really. You won't notice that big a difference.
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not a big difference, only on big file transfer ... even not that much

I would consider the patriot pyro too
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not a big difference, only on big file transfer ... even not that much
I would consider the patriot pyro too

The Pyro has performance identical to the Agility 3. Neither is in the m4's class.

The Pyro SE is needed to match the m4 but even then, buying a drive from a company that relies on another company to write the firmware is not a great idea.
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