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Offline Carl2 Topic starter
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  A set of benchmark charts at Tomshardware, includes 17 models.,110.html

  Interesting for someone buying or just trying to keep up.
Posted September 04, 2010, 13:33:26 PM Logged

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Excellent, that’s going to be useful, if im reading the results right it seems that the Crucial RealSSD C300 256GB has the crown right now on most results.   
Posted September 04, 2010, 14:38:59 PM Logged

Offline Carl2 Topic starter
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   The Crucial reals do seem the best, to get top performance you need the USB 3.  The price of the Crucials has dropped since thay were introduced and are more competive.  I noticed the charts have changed, the setup of the equiptment is gone and all the helpful comments are missing.
Posted September 05, 2010, 12:43:58 PM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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I still like the idea of the Intel SSDs. Though their score for thoughput when full is low. The market is still changing loads.
I'm still sceptical about buying yet. Need a price decrease to move the market quicker and I'm not sure the confidence is there yet.
My next rig is sheduled to about this time next year (see what processors are gonna do) and I will consider buying then.
Posted September 05, 2010, 15:38:59 PM Logged
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Offline Carl2 Topic starter
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  Above I had said USB 3 and should have said Sata 3 for the SSD's,  Crucial is using Sata 3, it has about 9 models out with I Sata 3 from Micron.  SSD's do reduce the startup load time where faster Hd's do not, raid 0 will not which for me brings up questions without answers.
  Good luck with your next rig.
Posted September 06, 2010, 13:29:50 PM Logged
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