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Better stability and peace of mind on the Intel port any day imho.

Ultimately only worth so much -

In 10 years of buying my own products, the only things I've had actually break down on me were high use items (Keyboards, Mice, Headphones), and 1 Acer Monitor. The upgrade cycle of technology sort of guarantees that you never really run into problems unless you got a defective one to begin with. I'm not sure I'd trade performance for an extra year of two of lifetime when I take into account for the fact that my main computer is using none of the hard drives I was using two years ago, and my second computer is only using one of them. (Out of about 9 total hard drives that I've bought, used, DerekNuked & Sold)

Think I'm going to go with the read speeds for now. I can't say as I have many write intensive processes. And even then, the write speeds on this thing aren't exactly vastly better than my HDDs.
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If you have a 128gb+ capacity then you can possible manage the data allocation manually? (rather then leting TRIM command handle it)

All you need to know is that mlc 25nm has a 3000 write per cell that has page size of 4k.
Capacity is divided into 4k sectors and each of these 4k sector can only be written up to 3000 times and reading has no endurance penalty.
Edited by tumbirs - 5/14/12 at 11:57pm
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