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I have the opportunity to.get a Kingston v100 64gb from a friend its brand nnew for $75.00 I was just wondering is if that's a good quality SSD as a boot drive? Or should I save for an M4

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Is it brand new? If it isn't, don't take it for $75. I think he'd have to sell it to you for ~$60 or less for it to be worth it (assuming it's used). If it's brand new, or "like new", I'd say it's worth it.

Still, I'd save for an M4 or Samsung 830.
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Save a little more, the m4 is only ~$95
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m4 always and forever. I will only use the m4 (throughout its various sizes) for the rest of my life biggrin.gif
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m4 always and forever. I will only use the m4 (throughout its various sizes) for the rest of my life biggrin.gif

What happens when they bring out the m5??? smile.gif
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Then I will buy the m4's up for cheap!
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OK well i think ive got my decision haha ill just save up for the M4 thank you every one
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