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http://www.komplett.dk/k/ki.aspx?sku=626523#extra

What you'd think of this one (Sorry for the danish shop)?

It's one of the new ones from intel.
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Originally Posted by IzorkX;12725251 
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Exactly what I thought of :> Since the new SSDs came out with crazy 500+mb/s performance and cheap prices I really thought of getting one instead of new GFX.

That would probably be the better investment. Moving to a 580 would likely cost you 2x the value of your current cards just to get equivalent performance.

If Rift is having some kind of SLI driver issue, I'd expect it to be rectified soon. Supposedly Nvidia is pushing out it's next set of drivers soon to help with DA2, so Rift fixes might also be included.
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Originally Posted by IzorkX;12725265 
http://www.komplett.dk/k/ki.aspx?sku=626523#extra

What you'd think of this one (Sorry for the danish shop)?

It's one of the new ones from intel.
If you can afford it, then I say go for it!
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;12725272 
If you can afford it, then I say go for it!

It's cheaper than getting a 580 card smile.gif


This one costs rougly 372$ but didn't kingston or anyone else come with new SSDs too thats worth taking a look at?
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if the SSD has read and write times close to 200mb/s it will still be blazing fast.
Especially coming from a 1tb hdd like you are.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by IzorkX;12725293 
It's cheaper than getting a 580 card smile.gif


This one costs rougly 372$ but didn't kingston or anyone else come with new SSDs too thats worth taking a look at?
That's what I mean when I say that if you can afford it, then go for it. I mean if I could afford a 120GB 510 right now, then I'd go for it without hesitating! I mean, people boast and boast and boast about Intel solid state drives, and now here we have their latest model, so it would probably blow my Sandforce drive out of the water.
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