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Old June 9, 2012, 05:21 AM
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Default I am Glad to See The Price Of SSD comeing down.

When I first used them the boot up was great but the price was way to high .I bought two Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue SSC-D0064SC 64gigs and had about 116 gigs and that did'nt take no time to fill up even without putting any games on it,plus I paid nearly $300 for them.Fineally just sold them and waited.I just could'nt past up the deal newegg had on the 256Gig SATA III Crucial M4 for $170 ,I see they have done went up.The boot time is so quick and shutting down or comeing out of sleep mode takes just secounds.The new Antec P 280 caes I bought has two special slots where it fits perfect.Now I just need to buy some large 3 TB drives to hold my games and movies.
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Old June 13, 2012, 03:59 AM
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Hard Choices Update: SSD Price Crash | Rock, Paper, Shotgun
Makes me really think about getting one, but I'm a little daunted by the setup procedure for them on my relatively old system. I've skimmed over a few of the threads here on installing them, there seems to be alot of parameters to set before even starting, it would be strictly for a boot drive with minimal programs. Is it easier than I think?
Can we get a concise step by step guide?

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I bought two Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue SSC-D0064SC 64gigs and had about 116 gigs and that didn't take no time to fill up even without putting any games on it,
Don't mind me asking, but what were you using to fill them up? On my 60GB SSD I installed a 8 GB game, win 7 ultimate x64 and still had 20GB left.
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