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Best SSD with the most room for 150 and under?

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AS the title states.

Thanks OCN.
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Intel 520 SSD and OCZ Agility 3 have good prices/high capacity.
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Can't really beat the price/performance of the Crucial M4. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148442
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Crucial M4
If your interested in it, that is a great price, I doubt it will stay there long.

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M4 @ that price, but the Plextor M3 was ~150 a week ago. frown.gif
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post #6 of 9
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Originally Posted by BradleyW View Post

Intel 520 SSD and OCZ Agility 3 have good prices/high capacity.

The 520 doesn't have good prices anywhere at this point. They are still reaping the newness of the drives. When the prices settle in proper range which is slightly more than a Vertex 3 then it will be a good buy.
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looks like ill go with the crucial 128 m4 at 150 on amazon. thanks guys. +rep

ps: is the m4 the best SSD?
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post #8 of 9
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looks like ill go with the crucial 128 m4 at 150 on amazon. thanks guys. +rep
ps: is the m4 the best SSD?

"Best SSD" is a loose term. Sandforce usually has extremely fast speeds, but it isn't as reliable, and the second it starts dealing with uncompressible data it slows down. It's kinda like there is no "one best car". They all have there pros and cons. But around here, we love the Crucial M4! Good buy! And especially at that price...
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Intel 520 SSD and OCZ Agility 3 have good prices/high capacity.

Every Intel is overpriced compared to others.
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