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What You guys think about this chart?

http://www.hardware-revolution.com/best-ssd-best-hard-drive-february-2012

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Mike
Edited by MeHoW - 2/20/12 at 9:43am
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I'd definitely go for a Crucial M4 or Kingston HyperX. Both amazingly great speeds with read/write. I have the M4 128GB SSD and it runs much better than my previous OCZ Vertex.
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What You guys think about this chart?
http://www.hardware-revolution.com/best-ssd-best-hard-drive-february-2012
Thanks
Mike

Not very much really. The Sandforce based ssd numbers are all over the chart when realistically, one is about as reliable as the other. Sample size is most likely the culprit.

The number for the m4 are correct however. Best bang for the buck and reliable.
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How about 64GB. Would that be enough?


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How about 64GB. Would that be enough?

Enough for what, exactly?
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How about 64GB. Would that be enough?

For the OS, programs and 2-3 games yes, but more nope.
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