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    Question আমার ল্যাপটপ এ কি ssd চলবে ?

    আমার ল্যাপটপটা হচ্ছে HP Pavilion DV4-5012TX, এইটার প্রসেসর হচ্ছে 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7-3610QM , র্যাম 8 GB DDR-3 1600Mhz , গ্রাফিক্স 2GB Nvidia Geforce 630M. কনফিগারেশন এর দিক দিয়ে অনেক ভাল একটা ল্যাপটপ হওয়ার কথা কিন্তু তারপরও আমার কাছে অনেক স্লো মনে হয় । তাই ভাবছি 5400rpm এর হাড্ডিটা ফেলে দিয়ে একটা SSD লাগাবো । এই ফোরাম এ অনেক বড় ভাই আছেন যারা SSD ব্যবহার করেন। তাই তাদের উদ্দেশে আমার প্রশ্ন । আমার এই ল্যাপটপ এ SSD লাগানো যাবে তো ? আর কোন ব্রান্ডের SSD সবচেয়ে ভালো ( দামের তুলনায় ) । আমি ইবে থেকে আনাবো তাই আশা করি আপনারা ভালোটাই সাজেস্ট করবেন ।

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    Ofcourse SSD use kora jabe, ar kon brand ta anaben eta BG'r specialist ra bhalo bolte parbe

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    Ki dosh korlam, kono boro vai to reply dilo na

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    Well, @radeef already covered what you wanted to know, so...

    Anyway, look out for the Samsung 840, or the Intel 520 or the Plextor M4.

    If you're fine with older gen but extreme reliability, the Crucial M4/Intel 320 are good contenders as well.

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    @Codex , Actually i was thinking about the physical positioning of the SSD. will it fit on the space of HDD ?

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    Yes, all laptop HDDs are 2.5" by default. The m-Sata ones are smaller, but I'm yet to see a m-Sata mechanical HDD.

    Buy without worries.

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    M4. And i think 830>840, i can be wrong though

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    If he can get it from abroad then there's no reason why he should settle for the M4, get the Samsung 830 at least.

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    Which one is better , 830 / 840 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Well, @radeef already covered what you wanted to know, so...
    Confused, ami ki jante cheyechilam ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radeef View Post
    Confused, ami ki jante cheyechilam ?
    Re-read that, it doesn't mean what you think it does

    And yeah, @aayman , I agree. There's no reason to settle for M4 anymore. Try for a 840 or a 520. 840 is fast as hell, but no idea about the stability yet. Too new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    And yeah, @aayman , I agree. There's no reason to settle for M4 anymore. Try for a 840 or a 520. 840 is fast as hell, but no idea about the stability yet. Too new.
    Stability isn't really an issue anymore, companies have learned it the hard way, especially OCZ.

    840 did have a pre-release firmware issue which caused it to die but that has been fixed and not even present in the retail version.

    M4 was great when other SSDs were filled with stability issues, but now there are faster out there and just as stable with a similar or just slightly higher price. Definitely worth it.

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    LoL, My U.S. Client was talking about the bad things of SSD. I contacted HP and they also said they do not recommend SSD with my device. But what i think is that i can't live with the 5400rpm HDD. As i can afford the SSD. I should go for it.

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    HP will never recommend anything that will go out of the original spec, expect maybe a larger hard drive. Only bad things about SSD are that it's still relatively expensive compared to HDDs and enterprise grade SSDs are even more expensive. On a consumer level, 10 years life is enough but for enterprises it isn't.

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