This is a split board - You can return to the Split List for other boards.

Should I buy an SSD?

  • Topic Archived
  1. Boards
  2. PC
  3. Should I buy an SSD?
3 years ago#1
Specs are in sig. I'm seriously considering it, I just don't know what the hell to choose from. I want a 128GB one at least, but what are the best brand names/models? I'm looking for:

1. Reliability (I want it to last for at least a few years)
2. Performance
3. Cost (Hoping to spend around $100 but could go higher)

Thanks.
---
i5-2500k (@4.3GHz) Hyper 212+ | AsRock z68 Extreme3 | GTX 560 Ti 448 @(820/1980)
CM690 II Adv | G-Skill 2x4GB PC1600 | CM Silent Pro 700W
3 years ago#2
Crucial M4 is pretty much exactly what you want.
---
mmarkster posted...
Even though the game runs in 720p, it produces another 480p stream for the New Controller. That's like 1200p!
3 years ago#3
Crucial M4
Samsung 830
Intel 520
Plextor
Kingston
3 years ago#4
dat crucial m4
---
The best course of action is to just get the information you need, then get out while you're still alive. - destroy everything on GameFAQs
3 years ago#5
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Crucial M4 is pretty much exactly what you want.


I have it running in my computer and it's insanely fast coupled with the fact that's it up there as one of the most reliable SSD's
3 years ago#6
the 128GB has a speed increase over the 64GB, so do get the 128
---
The best course of action is to just get the information you need, then get out while you're still alive. - destroy everything on GameFAQs
3 years ago#7
YES, worth its weight in gold, though that isnt a good statement in this case.......
---
<- Q9550@3.3 - G31M - Hyper 212+ - 4 gig 1066 - GTX 470 650mhz - xfi 5.1 usb - turtle beach HPA2 true 5.1 - 64 gig Mushkin SSD ->
3 years ago#8
I'm running a Samsung 830 right now, but the Crucial M4 is still really fast to the point where you probably wouldn't even notice the difference.

From: thaandiesel | #007
YES, worth its weight in gold, though that isnt a good statement in this case.......

Even though they are really lite (75g or 2.64oz) and with the price of gold as it is ($1560.50/oz) its weight in gold would be ~$4120 I wouldn't say it is worth its weight in gold.
---
Oh god there's not enough liquor and therapy in the world to undue that.
3 years ago#9
I do not think it means what you think it means.
---
Sorry if I came off kinda rude... You might have just experienced a sargasm...
Final Fantasy XI - Sobah - Server - Asura
3 years ago#10
ihumpmypillow89 posted...
I'm running a Samsung 830 right now, but the Crucial M4 is still really fast to the point where you probably wouldn't even notice the difference.

From: thaandiesel | #007
YES, worth its weight in gold, though that isnt a good statement in this case.......

Even though they are really lite (75g or 2.64oz) and with the price of gold as it is ($1560.50/oz) its weight in gold would be ~$4120 I wouldn't say it is worth its weight in gold.


facepalm on that second comment

but anyway, sounds like the Crucial M4 is the best option right now? I didn't want to drop an extra $25 but if it means reliability than I suppose I have to.

---
i5-2500k (@4.3GHz) Hyper 212+ | AsRock z68 Extreme3 | GTX 560 Ti 448 @(820/1980)
CM690 II Adv | G-Skill 2x4GB PC1600 | CM Silent Pro 700W
(edited by BMANZZS)
  1. Boards
  2. PC
  3. Should I buy an SSD?

Report Message

Terms of Use Violations:

Etiquette Issues:

Notes (optional; required for "Other"):
Add user to Ignore List after reporting

Topic Sticky

You are not allowed to request a sticky.

  • Topic Archived