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Originally Posted by ripsaw View Post

Just get a SATA 3 drive, they're backwards compatible with SATA 2. Intel, crucial, Plextor, OCZ Vertex are good ones. MTBF Is Median Time Before Failure i believe. Any SSD Should last you 10 years easy.
EDIT: Get one with at least 120gb space, so you have some room for other programs besides OS. Read this too.....http://www.overclock.net/t/1179518/seans-ssd-buyers-guide-information-thread thumb.gif
Good to know.
How about the number of writes? Would it be a good idea to move microsoft outlook and firefox downloads folder to my harddrive?
Since i recieve email daily and also download lots of stuff like drivers, jpegs, templates, etc. which would cause a lot of writes
No need to be concerned about that. You should be fine for 10-20 years write wise. lol.

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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

I would get something else, preferably SATA 3 w/ synchronous or toggle NAND.
i still have to read about that on your very long thread smile.gif

Quick choices here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1179518/seans-ssd-buyers-guide-information-thread#user_SeansrecommendedSSDs

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this^ if you can get that where you are for a good price grab it. If anything you can have someone from the US ship to you for relatively cheap if it is expensive for you. It cost me $6 to ship that drive to stubass in Thailand a few months ago.