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my current ssd is 120gb and it is full and I have no games on it!, I am considering a new ssd right now, so winning this would save me alot of money!

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I want a new SSD so I can finally replace my wonky 5-year-old 120 gig boot drive.

SSDs bring a HUGE improvement to speed and they're overall awesome. Too bad I can't afford spending more money on upgrading my PC right now :<

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My laptop currently has a 500gb 5400rpm hard drive that I am positive is making it unable to run windows. Well not positive, but kinda sure. Winning this would just confirm or deny and help me out a lot. 



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A PC is an electronic device, not an electromechanic one, IMHO. The more we can get rid of mechanical parts the better:

Less noise, less maintainance, less points of failure.

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I can remember a time when every computer ran off a PATA Hard Drive, the boot times were slow, and the PCs were slower.

Now the world has changed, changed for the better. Now with super fast SSDs we don't have to worry about 5 minute boot times.



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Honestly, a Solid State Drive is a MUST for modern computers... It just so happens that one of those would go perfectly in a small form factor computer I'm getting parts for!

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Would be great upgrade from 5200rpm hhd in my daily driver (Laptop). Everyone should moved to SSD as OS/APP storage as it getting cheaper and once you experience the speed you will never leave like a addiction. 

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i think everyone should have an ssd because everything starts up faster, you can load files way quicker (video editing), they are solid state so they are less likely to break when your laptop falls on the ground and with sizes of 240 GB it's plenty for most users to store all of their data on.

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My laptop takes 5 minutes to boot up due to the really slow and old HDD, it would be nice t have a new SSD to replace that and not have to worry about loading up a game beofre a friend wants to play beacuse it takes FOREVER to get into GTA Online..... 

Good luck to everyone! :) If you dont have an SSD you need one! the performance is so much better than a HDD :) 

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I don't have an SSD.


I want my system to be super snappier! :D I'd love to win this SSD.


Thanks for the giveaway :D

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I think SSDs should be a Standard because no one should have to look at Windows loading up the Desktop, its 2016 not 1016.

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Man, you can never have enough SSD's. We currently have 16 computers in the house, and only 10 have SSD's. This just simply ISN'T ACCEPTABLE. I would probably use it as a cache drive for the new unraid server I just built yesterday :)

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I allready have an SSD, but only 120GB which was full after a few days i bought it

Iwould love to have one more to get rid of my super loud HDD :)


everyone should have SSD, because everything is sooooo much faster

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I love the look of these! I need an new SSD and would be very grateful if I received one! Thanks for the opportunity! 

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Well.. My I just ordered my final parts for my setup but i only have a 250GB HDD from like 2-4 years ago because I have no money to get a better drive.
I also have never had an SSD and would like to have this one because LMG is best.

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SSD latency reduction is imho the number one life extender of current parts these days. You can do with a c2q and a 550 ti most indy games out there, but if a hard drive makes your pc slow to a crawl when accessing, that kills everything.

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