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Poll Results: What SSD to go with?

 
  • 17% (3)
    Corsair performance 3
  • 17% (3)
    Crucial C300
  • 23% (4)
    Vertex 2
  • 41% (7)
    Wait
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post #11 of 15
why do people always suggest waiting? there is always something better coming up.....u cant play the waiting game...

just get what you can now....
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post #12 of 15
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I think people are suggesting waiting because its pretty close and with waiting you'll see not only better speeds but better prices.

But thats still not persuading me too much haha.

If I only have to wait like a month, I may wait, if longer i may not.

I haven't really heard about anyone really liking the corsairs so I'm a bit hesitant to drop on one of the new performance series 3, or any of theirs in general
post #13 of 15
The C400 from Micron (original makers of the C300. Crucial just slapped their brand sticker on it) is coming soon. The P3 series looks good. I looked at the specs and it's pretty fast.
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post #14 of 15
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specs are great but im not sure what controller it uses or on the brands reliability

any stats out for the c400?
post #15 of 15
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I just saw this : http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...announcement/1

and now im really tempted to wait, grr gimme release dates!! Q2 = waaaggh
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