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SanDisk Extreme 240GB SSD $164 @ Adoroma

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t5volvov70
2/7/13 8:52 AM
SanDisk Extreme 240GB SSD for $164... Normally $199. This is the best price I could find.

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SanDisk Extreme 240GB Solid State Drive (SSD), SATA 6 Gb/s Interface, Up to 550 MB/s Sequential Read

Good Review
WikiPost
2/7/13 8:52 AM
SanDisk Extreme 240GB SSD [ image/png - 302.36kB ]
ezwrighter
2/7/13 9:31 AM
Also gets pretty good consumer reviews at Newegg & Amazon
stereo55
2/7/13 12:22 PM
Ive had this drive since last Dec and its been rock solid in my gaming rig (i7 on Win7 Ultimate x64) . Ive only had one computer freeze during in that time and that was in "sleep mode" only (all other sleep mode times have been fine) , keep in mind Iam still on the older R201 firmware (and have yet to getting around to to updating it).

All around good solid unit imo .
czarandy
2/7/13 12:47 PM
Amazon has this for $162.88
Logician1313
2/7/13 12:51 PM
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czarandy said:   

Amazon has this for $162.88




1 left in stock.
JTausTX
2/7/13 2:18 PM
stereo55 said:   

Ive had this drive since last Dec and its been rock solid in my gaming rig (i7 on Win7 Ultimate x64) . Ive only had one computer freeze during in that time and that was in "sleep mode" only (all other sleep mode times have been fine) , keep in mind Iam still on the older R201 firmware (and have yet to getting around to to updating it).

All around good solid unit imo .



You should disable Sleep Mode/Hibernate when using an SSD.
t5volvov70
2/7/13 2:55 PM
Amazon shows $198.99 for me
josejohn
2/7/13 3:48 PM
JTausTX said:   


You should disable Sleep Mode/Hibernate when using an SSD.



umm.... why?
JTausTX
2/7/13 6:18 PM
josejohn said:   

JTausTX said:   


You should disable Sleep Mode/Hibernate when using an SSD.



umm.... why?



Hibernation mode was designed as a way for hard drives to quickly resume operations. Since SSDs are so much faster than HDDs, there is no benefit here. Perhaps more importantly, hibernation mode (when enabled) reserves 2.5 GB of drive space that could be better used for other purposes. Check out this link for all the info you need on this (and other) optimization techniques: http://thessdreview.com/ssd-guides/optimization-guides/the-ssd-o...

Hibernation is step 7.
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