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HEY Michaelrw
OCZ Technology 120 GB Vertex Plus Optimized Edition SATA II 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive OCZSSD2-1VTXPL120G
Is this a good SSD for my OS Win7 64 bit only?

if your board supports it, i would ALWAYS go with a SATA 3 SSD. thats just me though
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if your board supports it, i would ALWAYS go with a SATA 3 SSD. thats just me though


Any size recommendations for win7 64bit OS
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60gbs is enough for the OS. but if you want to install a few games and programs I'd get the 120gb version.
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HEY Michaelrw
OCZ Technology 120 GB Vertex Plus Optimized Edition SATA II 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive OCZSSD2-1VTXPL120G
Is this a good SSD for my OS Win7 64 bit only?

imo it will be perfect. some will say "oh its only SATA II" but I can hardly tell the diff (if any) between SATA II and III. So yeah, i think its a solid choice for an OS drive

*that being said, if you can afford the SATA III version, you may as well get it.
*also, like someone else mentioned, you may get a larger one if you wanna put some games on it. I only use small ones like 60GB for benching, but for my gaming rig, I always use a 120 or 180. then i put games and OS on it and all other storage on hdd
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imo it will be perfect. some will say "oh its only SATA II" but I can hardly tell the diff (if any) between SATA II and III. So yeah, i think its a solid choice for an OS drive
*that being said, if you can afford the SATA III version, you may as well get it.
*also, like someone else mentioned, you may get a larger one if you wanna put some games on it. I only use small ones like 60GB for benching, but for my gaming rig, I always use a 120 or 180. then i put games and OS on it and all other storage on hdd

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imo it will be perfect. some will say "oh its only SATA II" but I can hardly tell the diff (if any) between SATA II and III. So yeah, i think its a solid choice for an OS drive
*that being said, if you can afford the SATA III version, you may as well get it.
*also, like someone else mentioned, you may get a larger one if you wanna put some games on it. I only use small ones like 60GB for benching, but for my gaming rig, I always use a 120 or 180. then i put games and OS on it and all other storage on hdd

seriously? im not going to begin to debate this one!

Crashdogy: SATA 3 is cheaper than than SATA 2. go with SATA 3 and you will be pleased.
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seriously? im not going to begin to debate this one!
Crashdogy: SATA 3 is cheaper than than SATA 2. go with SATA 3 and you will be pleased.

of course. but his question was about whether or not a SATA II ssd would be ok (which it is), not whether SATA II is better/faster than SATA III.
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if your board supports it, i would ALWAYS go with a SATA 3 SSD. thats just me though

LOL his board definitely supports it. Better maximize everything on the Maximus. tongue.gif

Still waiting on my board. On the truck out for delivery the next business day, FedEx says. Then it's about a week before it gets here. Sigh.
    
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