All About SSDs

Written By Pinoy Tekkie on Linggo, Oktubre 14, 2012 | 4:25 PM


Tekkie Tekkie Muna (Slow down at bumaba muna sa kabayong mabilis), did you now that SSDs are now slowly replacing HDDs, probably because there's a significant loading time speed performance improvement.

If you're still on HDDs then its either your current PC speed is still tolerable for you, or you didn't know there was an SSD, .....or you just don't care mainly because you're just using your PC as a word processor.




But if ever you would like to replace your Jurassic hard drives, here are some reviews and recommendations.

Hello guys! Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB review here!
http://leobiendurana.wordpress.com/2012/10/03/kingston-ssdnow-v200-128gb-review/


OCZ Vertex 4 128GB Mini Review here
http://forums.eteknix.com/general-hardware/ocz-vertex-4-128gb-please-pardon-sucky-camera-7450/#post34225

Intel SSD 520 Review
http://www.storagereview.com/intel_ssd_520_enterprise_review

I think upgrading to SSD would be a lot of help in terms of minimizing the micro-stuttering issues in D3 based from this video:



Vertex 4 is hands down the most worth it SSD to buy today that is available locally.

Retail Intel brand SSD has international warranty like their processors. If you bought an Intel SSD in the US you can claim manufacturer’s warranty here in the Philippines via Intel Customer Support.

Read from some sites that due to NAND flash shortage, OCZ used enterprise grade NAND to continue fulfilling Vertex 4 demands.

480GB Sandisk Extreme for $320
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B006EKIQYM/thssre-20
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