Suggest me 32GB SSD
Before you people start telling me to go get the Crucial M4 64GB I want you to hear me out. The reason I want to get a 32GB SSD is I want to only install the OS in it. I will install my OS in it because, although I install softwares in my other drives, the C drive has some shared system files, which is making the C drive full. So I want to make the SSD the C drive. I was thinking of getting a 2nd hand HDD for this purpose, but thought a good HDD with warranty, or a new 320GB HDD will cost the same of a 32GB SSD. Why not pick up a SSD instead. I dont have USB 3.0 and SATA III. Gonna use them in SATA II. So suggest me a 30-32GB SSD that is reliable.
well if u must then grab a Transcend 32gb which has sata2
SSD of only 32GB is a complete waste of money. Get a second hand 320/500 GB HDD, save money to get atleast a 90GB SSD.
save up a bit, get a 60/64GB ssd, at least.
Originally Posted by N2O
getting a 32GB ssd will be a waste of your hard earned money.
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you can also take a look at the Crucial Adrenaline Cache Drive. No re-installation of OS or your programs needed, but you do get nearly the performance of an ssd. Pricing is pretty reasonable too!
There is no rigid point of buying a SSD unless you install your software within it. Apart from the OS native files, software from another partition would barely take any significant advantage out of it. That is, it'll speed up your system to boot faster yet none of other apps would gain any. According to your Gadgets, you don't own a Z68 equipped board either thereby no SSD caching for you. Of course, SSD caching is kinda BS anyway.
Better set your mind to get a 60-90GB SSD to the least would be the wise decision here.
By Ic3_STrik3R in forum Shop - Gadgets
Last Post: May 31st, 2010, 22:42
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