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techyy72tech

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Hi guys,

My PC Config is:

Processor: i5 4570
Motherboard: Hi-Fi Z87x 3D Biostar
RAM: 1*8 GB kingston 1600MHz
HDD: Seagate 500Gb
Graphic Card: GTX 650 Ti Boost 2GB DDR5

Planing to upgrade my internal storage by adding up a new SSD.
Could you please suggest for which SSD brand should i go for.
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SpywareDr

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Tom's Hardware > Best SSDs For The Money: August 2013
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Well, that list only has the cheapest ones,

But, if you are not on a budget, I would buy a Samsung 840 PRO SSD drive.

Here is a review for you to consider, and it is an excellent product, that almost everyone suggests ;)

SAMSUNG 840 PRO

Buti always, dont take my word for it, see for yourself ;) There are dozens of review online you can also check, this is the very first one appeared on my search engine and it gives very clear and detailed benchmarks about the product.

Hope, this helps,
Take care,
Peace
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Well, that list only has the cheapest ones, ...


???

The 840 EVO 1TB is ~$650.
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Gday.
My choice would be the EVO, 250GB, plenty of room for OS and programs.
Review, > http://www.tomshardw...b-ssd,3567.htmlh
Pricing, > http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1AnyS
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