mtron SSD 3025 vs 3525

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Actually what is your prepared budget?

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原帖由 buoku 於 2010-1-12 12:19 發表

As low as possible, few hundred $.

p.s. I could have bought US$100 64GB Kingston MLC but I skipped it because I don't need 64GB.
32GB is good but not as cheap as 16GB.


But I think 32GB is a more appropriate size for a notebook (as far as I remember you are looking for a HDD/SSD to replace the old one in your notebook, right?), or more precisely for an OS disk.

As you should also know, a HDD or SSD's performance will deteriorate faster when it becomes more full with data saved. With a 16GB disk size it means much limitation to the user. Just pay a few hundred more then you can enjoy the speed of SSD and freedom of use with the least worry about the performance drop.

Be frank, I am a pro-Intel for SSD selection especially after its price drop when the G2 and V versions released. In your case, a X-25M-V (40GB) would be a good choice or if you would consider pay more a X-25M 80GB maybe better.

FYI, a member is selling two X-25M-V now in the 2nd-hand area, it is @$900 on average (but need to buy both - you may resell it...)

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原帖由 happy_gemini 於 2010-1-12 12:16 發表
Actually what is your prepared budget?

16Gb SLC 半價  哈哈

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原帖由 lwyk 於 2010-1-12 12:38 發表

16Gb SLC 半價  哈哈


What do you mean?

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原帖由 happy_gemini 於 2010-1-12 12:54 發表


What do you mean?

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3525 is better because write speed faster than 3025, Intel X25M G2 80GB is the best C/P SSD now.

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