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Maybe it's just confusing cause the cache does it all for you without the transfer speeds and don't have to do anything, cheaper, etc.. While an SSD you have to manage (not hard just annoying kind of) and it is faster but more expensive, but is that worth it? Trying to narrow it down I have some benchmarks for you if you want me to link them.
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I went and bought a 120GB Force GT after the firmware updates seems to be a solid drive and is faster then the rest out there and is consistent in its speed when full.
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In my opinion, everyone should be running their OS off a SSD at a minimum.
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You need to shop for deals but it's not uncommon to see highend SATA3 SSD's for $1/gb. Obviously if your on a budget every dollar counts, but it's hard to find a $65 upgrade that gives as much performance boost as a SSD.

Good thoughts. I agree completely.
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