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Apacer AS330 Panther Giveaway

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On 8 February 2016 at 7:40 AM, nicklmg said:

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Newegg link: http://bit.ly/1PPPUZ3

 

We're partnering up with Apacer to give away 5 of their AS330 Panther 240G SSDs! These 2.5" drives feature up to 545MB/sec reads, up to 520MB/sec writes, and ECC engine correcting up to 72bit/1KB.

 

So how can you win one of these sweet SSDs?

1. Post a comment below about why you want a new SSD or why you think everyone should have an SSD in their system. (1 comment/entry per person).
 

2. Wait 7 days (or less than 7 days if you're signing up after February 8).

 

3. Check back on the forum to see if you've won! All winners will be PMed here on the forum, so make sure you have email notifications for PMs turned on. Winners will have 3 days to respond.
 

This is a worldwide giveaway with no age restrictions, so everyone is welcome to take part!

Best of luck :D

I would like this ssd to compliment my current rig which up until now has only had an Apacer Usb drive to backup all of my important data. I don't trust my current hdd to preserve my important data safely and effectively ! My little world would be all the better with more Apacer goodness in it. ?

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I already have an SSD, but my dad's PC takes at least 10 minutes on a good day to boot up. Boot times would be much faster with an SSD, so I think everyone should have one because then they don't just sit around waiting for their PC to boot up.

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Me! Me! I want one! My reasons are.................just 'cause?

I'd actually probably end up giving this to a friend of mine who's in the process of building his computer right now. He's not too sold on getting an SSD (increased cost) but if he actually tried one, there'd be no going back.

Everyone ought to have at least one ssd drive for booting because they allow for such an insanely quick startup.

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I think I should have an ssd because I am currently using a hdd as my boot drive that's slow and seems like on it's last leg as it's 5 years old. I think every computer should have a ssd as it has no moving parts and allows data to be safe and have fast access times :) Thanks for the giveaway

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I currently do not have a ssd, the hard drive on my system is the only thing that dogs down everything. I have thought about buying one but good one can be a little bit pricey.

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I would like the ssd because my gaming rig is not using one and they could speed loading and booting up. People should have ssd so they can download windows or whatever os they want to it and any games they would like. Tis all my good sir. have a node 202

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I've been needing to get an SSD for a while now. My two HDDs (one 1TB and one 40GB archive drive) are pretty much filled up and I don't have the budget for another. I've also been craving those faster load times on games and boot times on my OS altogether.

   I think everyone should have at least one or two SSDs (to run them in a RAID) for the faster load+boot times, better write speeds, and they are great in RAID configs!


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only have a 250gb ssd and would love to have a steam ssd for my games since it only boot ssd. also that ssds are better in every way for the average consumer.


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I am actually in the midst of buying a gaming laptop, and I am wanting to buy one with a 1TB hard drive, and space to put an SSD in. This would be astonishingly perfect.

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I think that everyone should have an ssd, because it makes life so much easier and faster!


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I am currently building a pc for my games and schoolwork. The only thing I am missing is an SSD for my games. I already have a 500 GB hard drive for my schoolwork

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I was planning to build my new gaming PC but due to some financial issues the plan has slowed down and its taking time to buy its parts .If get the ssd then the work gets easier for me as it is quite faster than an hdd

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Everyone needs an SSD for their boot drive for the pure speed; which they are also perfect for since most OS's utilized that read speed for blazing fast boots!


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I'd like an ssd in my pc because having a hard drive just takes too long loading even simple applications like chrome if you have too many things already installed on it. Thanks a lot for this giveaway.

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I work with large Cinema 4D files, and my current SSD is only big enough for the OS and the main programs I use like Photoshop and Cinema 4D itself. Having another SSD would definitely help with my work flow and my storage problems. I think having an SSD in a system is essential, as boot times are greatly increased and overall performance is much better with a SSD.

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I want an SSD so I can throw my OS on it, I'm currently booting from a standard HDD.  Which brings me to why everyone should have one.  SSD's bring a tremendous speed boost over standard HDD's that everyone would benefit from!

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Firstly, I'd like this SSD to replace my external hard drive that I keep all my games on. Getting this would REALLY help, considering I have no significant source of income. As for why EVERYONE should have an SSD in their system, it greatly increases the longevity, as well as speed of a person's system. The less mechanical parts, the better.

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I have an ssd already... but it's almost full! Everyone needs to know of the superiority of an ssd.


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