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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skorger Click here to enlarge
    I'm comparing to other ssd, I'll be getting that SSD tomorrow though xD...I've already got the new power supply sitting here lol
    Some may be SATA-III. The Vertex III 480 gig for example is more expensive than others at $1000. That is what I want Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Some may be SATA-III. The Vertex III 480 gig for example is more expensive than others at $1000. That is what I want Click here to enlarge
    lol mine is sata3
    Patriot Pyro 2.5" 120GB SATA III SSD
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    Click here to enlarge Capacity: 120 GB
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    Click here to enlarge Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
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    Click here to enlarge Write Speed: up to 515MB/sec
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    Click here to enlargejust not 480gb lol but still only $115 and the vertex is slower Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skorger Click here to enlarge
    just not 480gb lol but still only $115 and the vertex is slower
    Vertex III was the fastest from what I heard but whatever really. You have to pay to play with the big sizes.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Vertex III was the fastest from what I heard but whatever really. You have to pay to play with the big sizes.
    "it was" but has been surpassed they both run the same SandForce SF-2281 processor though, but the ratings on the vertex 3 from what i saw only a quick look was 3/5 on newegg and 3/5 on tigerdirect
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skorger Click here to enlarge
    "it was" but has been surpassed they both run the same SandForce SF-2281 processor though, but the ratings on the vertex 3 from what i saw only a quick look was 3/5 on newegg and 3/5 on tigerdirect
    Who cares about what people rate it? What are the benchmarks?

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    dude the pyro ssd is so fast xD, i just finished getting it all together a few hours ago, only prob was my 2TB drive was DOA, i still have my 500gib as a backup though...but gotta send that other drive back now >.<
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    The AMD Phenom II X4 is a great processor for the money. I had one in my last build (965 BE, HD6950). But I have to admit that Sandy Bridge kicks the living **** out of it. But it's also more than 2x the price.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    SSD's pricing is like that you can't compare it to regular hard drives.
    This.

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    the 2tb i just put in has a seq read of 1600mb/s and write 129.3mb/s...lol it read alot faster then my ssd, and its write its only alittle less then my ssd...oddClick here to enlargeClick here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by skorger Click here to enlarge
    the 2tb i just put in has a seq read of 1600mb/s and write 129.3mb/s...lol it read alot faster then my ssd, and its write its only alittle less then my ssd...oddClick here to enlargeClick here to enlarge
    I am guessing this is because you were using an SSD benchmark tool to check your mechanical drive's speed... This is almost certainly bloated from a 32MB cache - try out sisoft's SANDRA - it does a good job, and there is a free version that you can use to test both your mechanical and SSD drives. For a 7200RPM 2TB drive without RAID, decent cache size - you should be around 100-120MB/s... 1650MB/s means your entire drive (filled to maximum capacity) could be copied to another (empty) drive in less than 2 seconds - not possible. Click here to enlarge

    Hope that helps.

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