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Old September 2, 2012, 02:47 PM
BryceBooth BryceBooth is offline
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I agree with NyteOwl, however it may be wise to consider other caching options as well if you are looking for both capacity, and performance. Intel's newer chipsets offer Smart Response Technology, and several SSD manufacturers have their own cache drives (OCZ Synapse, Corsair Accelerator, etc).

If you have a spare drive on hand for back-ups or storage, you could use a disk image to transfer everything over en-masse, whether using the one built into Windows, or a free program like Macrium Reflect. Also, if you buy an OEM drive it will not include screws or cables.
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