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I bought an SSD for my laptop about a year ago, and it basically changed my life. for the better. Startup times are about a quarter of what they were before.

 

And another SSD would be even better. Because why not?

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I think having an ssd would be extremely helpful because my laptop HDD is really slow (It takes like 2 .5 minutes to open File Explorer), and it would help boot times a lot. Most people should put an SSD in their system just to boot off because an SSD is extremely fast, and lightweight, making it ideal for portable machines or just any pc in general

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I've never had an SSD before. My HDDs are over 5 years old and I can't afford to replace them right now :|

No matter what people tell you, having either your OS or games boot off an SSD (or experiencing it on another's computer) is life changing in terms of speed.

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i would love the SSD as my laptop is still running a 5400RPM mechanical drive


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I want one of these SSDs because I right now only have 1tb of HDD space on my computer which fills up fast as a gamer, so if I'm able to clear up space by putting my OS on an SSD or whatever then that'd be a godsend for me I think.

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Everyone should have an Ssd just to experience the thrill of not waiting on an Hdd to load. Means more time gaming. Also my main drive is full so I could use it lol.


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I sure could use that. This hybrid hard disk in my laptop is lower than slow. Plus Im a poor college student. 


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I'd like one of these SSD's as I currently have a 120gb kingston SSD that is already full!. One of these awesome SSDs would be a great addition to my pc!

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First of all, I want that SSD, So I can experience having one, I want to have a better storage to be partitioned for games and my os which is win7 (because my pc can'tt handle an 8.1 or later). An SSD is a great need in the system that you are using since, it gives better performance and sleeker design (for me) compared to an hdd, and lastly I wish I could win this one since I really wanted an SSD so badly. 

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It'll be nice to be able to upgrade my old notebook to my current 180 GB SSD in my desktop, and Upgrade my Desktop to a 240 GB one.

 

Good luck to us all!

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I built my 2nd PC about 3 months ago. I bought an SSD for the first time to see if the amazing speeds were worth all the fuzz... And yep, they were. Now I feel every PC needs one!

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I want an SSD because I'm still using the first PC I built and have yet to upgrade it to include an SSD.  This would really breathe some new life into an older pc that means a lot to me.

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i don't have a SSD, i think that's enough reason to get one also the significant difference in system performance vs a HDD combined with the now very affordable SSD that can be bought, it has become a no brainer for any kind of system to not have one as a boot drive.


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Well, I only have a hard drive and it couldn't be slower. My Asus laptop (which is my main computer) is dying for an SSD as boot drive. Even if I got one I would still have another problem: The bios blocked itself and is inaccessible.

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