You need to get a full review of the OCZ rep WOW! This is just dream's, but wow those stats she gave out are sweet, can you imagine grabbing a couple of the puppies then running them on two PCI-X16 slots in raid 0 talk about data barn burning, Hot damn!!!!!
I think we have a different meaning for affordable lol SSDs as they stand they are hardly affordable.
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These parts are fantastic, but the cost of them is way beyond the regular guys means.
Hopefully this will change one day.
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The SSD I decided on (an OCZ offering) is nice, though not as impressive as I had been led to believe. The thing is, despite what some people say here, it's affordable-- if you're going for a futureproof system, one that will last for five or six years and not become dog-slow in comparison, an SSD for at least the boot drive is the only way to go.
And I agree with Rapid1: An in-depth review is definitely called for. Then you can give the test unit away as the next contest prize. ...Or a date with Jessica. Either one's good.
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