I wanted to buy 60GB SSD just for the system (Crucial M4 or Corsair Force GT, both have synchronous memory, unlike Agility 3) but then I found that the 60GB versions are slow. I took my time and collected some spare money and ended up with a Force GT 120GB SDD and that was a good decision I must tell you - one thing that it's faster, another that I can put all apps and BF3 on that and I still got heaps of room left (66,5 free out of total 117GB, Win 7 x64, not a fresh install, quite a clogged up system).
It was like that: I wanted 60GB and I was going to buy it but it turned out to be much slower than 90GB and I wouldn't have much free space on it with Win 7x64 and some apps that I use, so then I decided to bite it and go for the 90GB... but then I realized that the 90GB was only $10 or so cheaper than the "full blown" 120GB and I went for that. Sure it was much more money than I wanted to spend, but my experience is that if you skimp on hardware, you pay twice. This SSD is faster and thanks to lower usage it should live much longer.
I paid around $160 for that (direct currency conversion)... but then again that deal on the Agility 3 for $65 is insane
... I'd buy it right off if I was from US and give it to my brother Edited by wlw wl - 5/14/12 at 6:19pm