SSD Prices Continue to Trend Downward

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bigdragon

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I really like the downward movement in SSD prices. The high cost of HDDs made me opt for RAID0 Agility 3 SSDs in my most recent build. Pairing that with a Sandy Bridge E CPU has made it the fastest computer I've ever owned. 6 months of solid operation, although the Intel drivers are buggy. I want to see SSD prices continue to slide and capacity continue to increase. It's time we sent traditional HDDs the way of magnetic tapes and punch cards. Their time is up!
 

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[citation][nom]amuffin[/nom]OCZ Petrol 128GB$75 After Rebatehttp://www.microcenter.com/single_ [...] id=0381969[/citation]
Yeah, but check the reviews on it :(
 
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Sandisk Extreme 480GB for $379 at MicroCenter on 23 June. No rebates. Now sold out.
 

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yea i know raid arrays are looking a lot more affordable and these things scale like beasts .. at least the ones im interested in .. something like a patriot wildfire which apparently really has not gone down in price .. but dose really well with raid.. once the 120s get down to 150 or so ill buy a few more 4 of these drives in raid 0 would be killer..
 

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Crucial M4 CT512M4SSD1 2.5" 512GB SATA III MLC 7mm Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
$340 or about .67 cents per GB .... on Newegg
they are getting closer to earth prices.
 
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