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post #61 of 65
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What would be the problem if I just get a 60GB SSD?
post #62 of 65
You wouldn't have enough space for more programs and all your games would have to be on a hard drive.
60GB is just fine, but for a few bucks more you can get a quality 128GB SSD.
post #63 of 65
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I really thought that I would buy sshd, but then the price different between sshd and ssd+hd is really so small now, and ssd+hd is much faster for everything, then I think I should get ssd+hd.

situation may be different later if WD joins the desktop sshd market and forces Seagate to make the nand caches in sshd becomes 16gb, 32gb...but still just cache part being nand would be very different from the whole OS and your main programs all in SSD if someone not just regularly use few programs.
post #64 of 65
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I just read a review saying that M500 is not better than M4, and market has better choice that M500 with similar price.
post #65 of 65
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Originally Posted by wdgann View Post

Actually this deal in newegg is very good but I don't live in USA:
$99
Plextor M5P Series PX-128M5Pro 2.5" 128GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820249032
my local price is almost $130 US dollars.

Other local prices:
Crucial M500 120gb: around $99 US dollars
Samsung 840 Series 120GB" around $99 US dollars
Samsung 840 EVO 120gb: around $117 US dollars

My city doesn't have sales tax, so just exactly this price.

Which one should I get?biggrin.gif

I update this post and have two more choice:
Plextor 128GB PX-128M5S $104

Seagate 3rd gen desktop SSHD 8GB SSD Cache, 7200rpm 1TB $87

by the way I am out of space, there is the price for a WD 1TB blue which I would need to get if I don't buy the sshd:

WD 1TB blue $58.5

I just check amazon, the price of this WD10EZEX WD 1TB is selling $66.99 in amazon and newegg, while it is number 1 sell in HDD category, my city is selling at cheaper price.
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