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Old August 17, 2010, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by DokkRokken View Post
It 'feels' faster in Windows, but otherwise, an SSD is more or less a luxury, and one that isn't needed for a really good gaming experience. I'd only recommend one for a boot drive if a good deal comes your way; otherwise, pocket the coin and save it for a rainy day or a later build. Hanging with an HDD is less hassle too, as you don't need to worry about TRIM, and the different formatting routines.
Will do, thanks for your input guys!
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