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Memory SSD for OS

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dramatik, 7 Oct 2015.

  1. dramatik

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    Another vote for the EVO 250GB. It's an extremely quick drive.

    The Kingston is ... 'meh' at best.

    It's not worth saving a few quid to sacrifice on performance like that.
     
  4. dramatik

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    Yeah I don't need to skimp on £5 lol. About to pull the trigger on the EVO
     
  5. dramatik

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    Ordered using Prime Now and £10 discount code :) - Will be here by 4pm :)
     
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    Awesome!! You're going to love it. :D

    The performance will be quite limited by the dated controller on your motherboard, but it will be leaps and bounds faster than the HDD that you're using. :)
     
  7. dramatik

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    Yeah the Sata3 controller on my MB (Marvell) sucks so got it on Intel the Sata2 chip. Like you said, it is leaps and bounds beyond my HDD :)
     

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