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Intel SSD drives series 330 180gb $100 & series 335 240gb $155 w/fs newegg

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Longbean
11/21/12 8:06 AM
Moderator Comment: Thank you for participating in the forums. However, this topic has been covered in a recent post Here. — Nov. 21, 2012 @ 1:48pm
WikiPost
11/21/12 8:07 AM
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Longbean
11/21/12 8:09 AM
Now, I do not need to go to Microcenter on Fri. I was planning to get the Intel SSD from them for the same price.
welookgoodcom
11/21/12 8:29 AM
Is this a good notebook replacement?
tweekerz
11/21/12 8:35 AM
OCZ Vertex III or IV series only SSDs
RGrizzzz
11/21/12 8:58 AM
Ordered. That solves that!
Seal
11/21/12 9:26 AM
Thanks for this post!! Got several.
muumuu
11/21/12 9:49 AM
how reliable are these as a OS drive? Are they any less of a crapshoot compared to standard HDDs?
danielle5985
11/21/12 10:52 AM
Amazon's already updated their pricing to meet Newegg's. Better deal if you have 3% CB Amazon card.

http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Series-Solid-State-Drive-2-5-Inch/dp...
mmconhea
11/21/12 10:55 AM
muumuu said:   

how reliable are these as a OS drive? Are they any less of a crapshoot compared to standard HDDs?



More reliable if you turn off defrag and make sure the motherboard supports the drive properly (TRIM enabled)
Other than defects, there are no moving parts to break and the only thing that can wear them down it constant re-writing. Modern drives have extra space hidden onboard that take over for any failed space.
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