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Apacer AS330 Panther Giveaway

I want an SSD but can't afford to buy one right now and my SeaGate Barracuda does not give me confidence in my data being safe. Plus boot times are extremely slow (30-60 seconds).

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I would love to have an SSD to use as my boot drive and to store a few games.

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On 02/08/2016 at 9:40 AM, nicklmg said:

 

 

 

I could use a new SSD, because it has a USB port, which means easy fixing of system problems and I could put my old SSD in my laptop, install WWindows on it and get my mother a laptop she needs.

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I would be happy if I win this SSD becouse I would give it to my brother who don't have any SSD just HDD. So he could feel the speed and silence of SSD.

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>mfw I really need a hard drive for either my desktop, Or my laptop. Id probably put this in my laptop as i use it alot more than the desktop, Quad core master race. 

I would just buy an SSD. But no monies 

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My reason for wanting a new SSD is to upgrade my four year old laptop, and everyone should have an SSD because it is so much more enjoyable not waiting for things to load.

 

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I just built my new pc a few months ago, and I only have a 250gb hard drive in it right now (only 40gb left). Money is tight and I can't spend the money for an ssd. The ssd would be a huge boost in my computer.

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SSD is a good way of boosting your system overall performance. I would love SSD to boost my 2600k performance :)

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It would be awesome to get an SSD to add to my (hopefully soon) new build. Still throwing around budgets and numbers right now, and its not looking good, so something to help would be amazing.

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I don't have an SSD at all, so I want one because i feel this PC really slow to start up.

seriously, i've got 2 laptop hard drived on it, a Hitachi 320GB and a WD 120GB. I'll get a 1TB HDD so having this SSD for boot drive would be awesome

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currently my laptop has a 600gb hard drive but which may be more than enough, storage wise, an ssd would definitely help for boot times, let everything else be in the hard drive. i think that boot times are about everything right now, thatas why every pc or laptop should have one

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Everybody needs an SSD, but especially me! This is how I turn on my PC:

  • Press the power button
  • Go drink something (or pee or whatever)
  • After a couple of mins I come back an put in my password
  • Go do something else until it finishes loading everything...

I need this!

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I have a great laptop, the lenovo y50.  The only thing I don't like is its slow 5400rpm hard drive, so I would love a good ssd for a general boost in my pc's load times.

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I wud like an ssd as i am goin to build a new pc. People shud hav ssds because the os can boot up faster

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I am going to upgrade my (5y) old computer, so winning ssd would be very helpful! I like silence. ;)

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In my HTPC/TV gaming PC (i5 3330s, 8GB 1866MHz hyper x, GTX 750, and... a 500GB 5400RPM seagate momentous)... it'd be nice to have a boot SSD.

Everyone should have an SSD so they don't have to wait forever for applications to open, it takes like 10 seconds for chrome to open on that 5400RPM drive...

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I have been wanting a SSD but I haven't been able to get one so this would be awesome

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Everyone should have an ssd (even if it's just to boot from) because of the speed, robustness and smaller size that they are able to offer 

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My old laptop has a 1tb 5400 RPM drive. It's fine and it works, but an SSD would make it a great daily driver for an older family member of mine.

Adults are just kids with bigger wallets.

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Everyone should have an ssd because hard drives are too old. I want it because I am putting together my first pc build.

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I need an ssd so I can safely upgrade to Windows 10. Also Currently don't have one.

 

Everyone should have an ssd because It allows for your most used applications and files to be accessed quicker than a traditional hardrive.

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