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What should I upgrade?

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See sig for my current setup.


I was debating getting another Intel SSD for RAID 0? Seeing as how the price is under $200 for my drive. But this would require a raid card which I have no clue on that.

But mainly what would be better in an investment standpoint, cuz I have that itch to upgrade something
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Well if you have an extra $400 you could get another 480 and do an sli or else upgrade to the new 500 series. I don't personally think its worth it to buy another ssd for raid, the performance increases just aren't that substantial. Maybe get a larger normal hard drive.
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Won't be able to due to my PSU limitations, and I don't wanna have 2 PSU's sitting in my closet lol.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...&sku=O261-6337 180GB should be much better then the ~74 GB of space. But hows OCZ compared to Intel in the SSD market
Edited by Shogon - 2/27/11 at 9:26pm
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