SSD Drives

Re: SSD Drives

Postby Spider » Mon Sep 15, 2014 2:12 am

Honestly, the standard SATA SSD's are going to be a huge, huge, "can never go back" upgrade for you. Its as big a leap as broadband was from dial up. The PCIe drives are still intended for enterprise applications. I doubt they'd be worth paying 4-5 times more for.
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Re: SSD Drives

Postby phosphide » Wed Sep 17, 2014 6:00 pm

Got the Samsung SSD and Win7 installed, runs like a beauty. I about pulled my hair out after the Windows updates failed to install and continued to reboot itself over and over again until I guess it figured itself out.
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