Best Solid State Drives (SSDs) - Nov. 2013?

 
 
 

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sadiaromi
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danwat1234
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What about the Western Digital Black dual drive? A 2.5" 9.5mm thick laptop drive that has a 1TB Scorpio blue slim hard drive and their 120GB SSD all in one package!

I want a vertex 2 128GB for < $220.
Gimme please

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Well, this video was about SSDs, not HHDs, but yea, the WD Black 2.5" is excellent. I actually use one. Are you referring to a deal?

So ya know, OCZ SSDs have a rather high failure rate, with reports of issues and such. Personally I'd go with the ones I recommended.

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It's WD's newest product, a 120GB SSD and a 1TB laptop drive all in 1 package, so it's both HDD and SSD. It's called the "WD Black2", though I'd personally call it the "WD Blue2" since the SSD isn't super fast and the hard drive is a 1TB Scorpio blue drive.
I've been with you since the days in which you overclocked that Pentium 4 from 1.6GHZ to 2.4GHZ. Here's to another 8 years.

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the best I have seen is the following,
1. Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB
2. Crucial M500 480GB
3. Intel 520 480GB
4. OCZ Vertex 450 256GB
5. Sandisk Extreme II 240GB
6. Seagate 600 480GB
7.Toshiba Q Series 256GB
8. Transcend SSD720 512GB
Note: just depends on what applications you are running, standard or gaming. As Rodney has said make sure to have the latest firmware for these ssd's.