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People often wonder... What is their destiny? Are we allowed to shape it, or is it predefined for us? What is the truth? What makes you, you? Who defines good and evil? Are we allowed to kick the baby? 

 

Well, my virtual friends, the answer is simple. We lack the speed. The speed of our thought, the speed of recording data. We are humans. We are not DESIGNED to think logically - we have emotions, morals, family, love, financial issues to worry about. Who's gonna be the next president? Is your neighbor a lesbian? That sort of stuff we can handle... But math? Complex trigonometry? Incredible architecture? That one super mario level you tried to beat 500+ times but can't? We are not designed in such a way to do that. We lack speed.

 

Humans are prepared to move mountains and so they did: created by the greatest minds, the mankind finally gets what they deserve: the SSD. A device so fast it will replace the definitions of intelligence; a device literally more important than your neighbor's sexuality - a device for you. For everyone. Can we have happiness without sadness? With the SSD in your hands, one can be forever happy. One more reason to live on this humble planet. 

 

Ah yes, my dear reader. A new era has begun. An era of the SSD. Thanks for reading.

Good luck to everyone :) 

The End is Near

 

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I have old seagate hard drive with 160gb on it and its getting old and anoying sometimes to use its just too slow. When i used friends pc to help him on pc upgrade hi had ssd and its such a good piece of hardware too have, pc is almost instant on, the internet browser instant load page... Thats why everyone need to have ssd and thats why i would love to have one for the first time. GOOD LUCK EVERYONE

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As most everyone else posting on here I too have a 120gb SSD well, I have 2 120gb SSD's One for boot up and most basic appilcations for windows and one for games and such. I think it's important for people to have SSD's not really for your games but for faster boot times.

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I have a Samsung 950 Pro 256GB as my boot drive, two 240GB SSDs in RAID 0 for my games, a 480GB SSD in my living room PC, and even managed to get a 128GB SSD in my computer at work. My ex (we're still friendly - no, it's not weird) is always complaining about the speed of her computer, but can't spend any money on upgrades because of her current financial situation. If I got this drive, I would give it to her to help with her bottleneck issues.

 

Everyone should be able to enjoy the benefits of not having a spinning drive be the bottleneck of their computer experiences.

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Why do I need an SSD? Simple. My old laptop from school that I got to keep has a 320GB HDD that dies if you do so much as breath on the computer. I don't know how I would get the data onto a new SSD but it would be nice to keep my faithful laptop going.

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i dont really need an SSD (i dont know why its such better than HDD) but i only got 500GB in my pc and im doing a lot of work with it + gaming so im losing a lot of my space really quickly so 240GB more would be awesome :D

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My current SSD is over 5 years old. So a new one would help me keep my system a bit more up to date. And I do have a feeling mine will fail in the next year or 2.

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Now I build my new machine and i need a fine ssd and everyone should take it coz all machine have a will to become more invincible!!

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Finished my first build a few months ago, used only my old HDDs because i was on a budget. Would love o add an SSD to the system to give it a performance boost

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All i have at the current moment is a 120 GB SSD which is intended to be a laptop upgrade, so winning one of these puppies would not only help me out a lot when i build my own system (as i have to move out relatively soon) but would be friggin awesome to have! These bad boys seem pretty damn awesome and i wouldn't mind owning one. 

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SSDs are a must have these days. Who won´t profit of faster loading times? Which gamer won´t be happy about a loadwin in games like Dota. On the otherside from an productivity standpoint you can safe time if you have to switch multiple applications quiet often a day.

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I just have a 1 TB hard drive in my computer thats messed up with games and windows. So it takes very long to boot up my system even with windows 10 installed. Everytime i start a game the hard drive is at 100% load and even windows is lagging while using windows explorer. So please give me that ssd :(

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I have an 120 gb SSD  with my i7 4790k and 980ti, which is not enough thouh it is a boot drive. So i would like to be one of the winners

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I totally love SSDs and I can't get enough of them :D HDDs should die for consumer market!

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Filled my SSD up far too fast, a second one double the size of my current would be really useful. Everyone needs an SSD so they only have to read loading screens once. Back in the day of Skyrim and a slow HDD I spun those loading screen items for over 10 seconds. It's simply a waste of time. 

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My HDD is making a strange noise, so I´d have to pick up a new one anyway and SSD is much better in use cases where the reads and writes aren't sequential.

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My hard drive just broke and I really need a new one.... I would love if it would be an SSD

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A 240gb SSD would be great in my planned low budget HTPC build inside an old PS2. I want a drive that's cool and silent and has a decent amount of space, but in NZ they're still far too expensive to justify purchasing for such a build. I also plan to travel abroad once I graduate, so having a drive that I can feel comfortable putting in luggage and building around would be absolutely amazing. Unlike other components such as high end CPUs and GPUs,  a SSD is never overkill for even the most basic of PC users and their performance benefits EVERYONE.

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Would love that fast portable storage for my daily driver storage. I killed a lot of hard drives duo to their lack of robustness :-) .

 

SSD in every, even very cheap computer is a must. It can bring back to life old or slow PC's.

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