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post #191 of 875
1. Yes, I own a 128Gb Crucial M4 and am considering Intel, Crucial, and Samsung in the future.

2. Price/performance
post #192 of 875
No I don't own an SSD, and not soon as there are too many other shiny things for my computer atm.

For me it'd have to be price/reliability. I want to know that my SSD is going to work, and going to last, but I can't break the bank on one either.
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post #193 of 875
1. Do you currently own an SSD and are you planning on purchasing one in the near
future? If so, which brands are you considering (Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot
Memory, Samsung, or other)?

I own 2 SSD's, Corsair Nova and OCZ Agility 3. Looking forward to picking up a decent one at some stage (lol) Liking the look and reviews of the new OCZ drives.

2. What is the most important consideration you make when you purchase an SSD
(price, performance, brand, other)?

I generally go for the cheaper end of the spectrum, so price/performance/size are the things I weigh up. Helps if the drive looks hot though, always a sucker for flourescent stickers thumb.gif
post #194 of 875
1. Do you currently own an SSD and are you planning on purchasing one in the near
future? If so, which brands are you considering (Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot
Memory, Samsung, or other)?

I own 1 Crucial M4. Would like to buy a few more though lol.

2. What is the most important consideration you make when you purchase an SSD
(price, performance, brand, other)?

Price and Reliabilty.
post #195 of 875
1. No I don't own an SSD.

2. Performance > Price > Brand
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post #196 of 875
1. Do you currently own an SSD and are you planning on purchasing one in the near
future? If so, which brands are you considering (Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot
Memory, Samsung, or other)?

No, I do not own one, and no I have no planes at this time to purchase one

2. What is the most important consideration you make when you purchase an SSD
(price, performance, brand, other)?

If I were to purchase one performance and brand are the factors that I look at.
performance for well performance
and brand for how they back there products. I would pay up the nose for something I can trust will work right and if something does goes wrong, knowing that the manufacturer will make right.
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post #197 of 875
1. Do you currently own an SSD and are you planning on purchasing one in the near
future? If so, which brands are you considering (Intel, OCZ, Crucial, Kingston, Patriot
Memory, Samsung, or other)?


Currently own a OCZ Vertex Plus 60GB, looking at the OCZ Vertex Plus and Samsung 840 lines in both 128GB and 256GB capacities.

2. What is the most important consideration you make when you purchase an SSD
(price, performance, brand, other)?


Price and reliability are the most important considerations for me.
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post #198 of 875
1. I currently own 4 SSD. But by far the best one is the Intel 330 240GB. I'll be considering a larger drive after the first of the year. Intel is leading the pack for brand.
2. Performance and Size are my top considerations.
post #199 of 875
I own one SSD an M4, I have thought about adding another to put some of my favorite games on to boot and run faster.

Most important thing to me is Value, price/speed/size combo.
post #200 of 875
no, its after a new PSU on my upgrade list though.

a ratio of price:preformance, honestly brand doesn't matter. whoever has the best product gets my money.
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