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    Xtreme Member annaconda's Avatar
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    Best SSD Prices

    Best SSD Prices. I have to say this i like those prices
    Dell Ultra Sharp 24" LCD
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    2 GIG Wintec AMPX DDR3 @ 1600mhz
    ATI 4850 512MB
    Sweiftech Dual MCR320 Radiators
    Dtek Fuzion + MCW60 + MCW30 blocks.
    ATI 650 Pro HDTV Wonder
    (2 X 150GB RAPTORS) RAID 0
    Thermaltake Armor LCS

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    Prices are gettin better and better...now that 128Gb die packages are in full production (in both 19 and 20nm I think) they'll keep dropping and continue to do so...Tosh just announced 15nm today too and from what I understand they are still rated at 3,000 p/e cycles. I remember paying a lil over $200 for a 50GB Vertex 2 when they came out...fkn insane I tell ya! Still runnin' strong tho! :P
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    Xtreme Member annaconda's Avatar
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    Yeah now i see 480GB SSD for $179
    Dell Ultra Sharp 24" LCD
    Core i7 920 @ 4GHZ
    Gigabyte EX58-UD5
    2 GIG Wintec AMPX DDR3 @ 1600mhz
    ATI 4850 512MB
    Sweiftech Dual MCR320 Radiators
    Dtek Fuzion + MCW60 + MCW30 blocks.
    ATI 650 Pro HDTV Wonder
    (2 X 150GB RAPTORS) RAID 0
    Thermaltake Armor LCS

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    Never heard of this place? Is it legit?

    You're making me want to do SSD raid for the heck of it!

    Edit: It's like slickdeals. Gotcha!

    Thanks for the post! I'll keep an eye out & have to remind myself not to go crazy!
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    Seagate 480GB SSD $179 at Tiger Direct. after rebate

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...064&CatId=5300

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    Xtreme Member annaconda's Avatar
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    I like the way SSD prices are falling. 512GB SSD $179 and 480GB SSD $149 :O
    Dell Ultra Sharp 24" LCD
    Core i7 920 @ 4GHZ
    Gigabyte EX58-UD5
    2 GIG Wintec AMPX DDR3 @ 1600mhz
    ATI 4850 512MB
    Sweiftech Dual MCR320 Radiators
    Dtek Fuzion + MCW60 + MCW30 blocks.
    ATI 650 Pro HDTV Wonder
    (2 X 150GB RAPTORS) RAID 0
    Thermaltake Armor LCS

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    SSD prices have been falling here in Oz too, its taken long enough

    And to think I paid $85AU for my very first solid state storage...................128MB USB drive
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