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SSD's are just still too expensive for my blood. Hopefully within the next 2 years the price will go down enough for me to upgrade my computer with them. (MY CPU and GPU are fine for my needs, but faster loading from an SSD or two would make my computer so much nicer ).
     
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280$... expensive. For intel quality speed and reliability... totally worth it. These speeds look awesome and on part with vertex 3 performance projections.
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280$... expensive. For intel quality speed and reliability... totally worth it. These speeds look awesome and on par with vertex 3 performance projections.
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* Up to 20,000 4K Rand Read; 5,000 4K Rand Write (8GB span, QD=32)
Seems low
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SSD's are just still too expensive for my blood. Hopefully within the next 2 years the price will go down enough for me to upgrade my computer with them.
I keep saying this same thing, one of these days i'll break down and buy one...
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