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New laptop want to switch to SSD's


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Looks like no RAID available in this unit so I will just find one of the latest and greatest SSD's for it. Might try the Samsung 840 pro as has been suggested.
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EDIT I changed the crystaldiskmark data to a new one when I ran the test with virus scanner off.

I received the HP dv7 and installed the samasung 840 pro and this thing cranks....geez... much faster than my other i7 machine with the intel 520 as far as boot up and virus scans and that machine was fast, or so I thought.
Here are a couple of benchmarks. Let me know what you think.
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Edited by woodrow896, 03 March 2013 - 07:33 AM.

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