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Why do you think Intel is better for a boot drive? I would like to be informed why they are better than the sandforce drives? I am asking this as I have been looking at an SSD and everything I have read points to sandforce drives over everything else as your number 1 drive to buy.

Is everything I have read wrong?
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I have a intel 40 gb ssd as a boot drive and im running out of space. im looking for a fast ssd around 60-80 gb or maybe more depending on price for games and such. I only want to spent around $200 max with tax and all
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Rognus View Post
So what drive are you talking about? The Kingston or the OCZ? and I would definately not go for an Intel drive for my boot drive, the sandforce drives are rated as the fastest.
I'm saying the Kingston is mediocre, and I would go for an Intel drive at that pricepoint. Though yes, any SF-1200 drive would be good too, such as the Vertex 2.
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