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    1tb+ Solid State Drives?

    Smokey Aug 6, 2016

    1. Smokey

      Smokey Shortie's Teddy Bear <3 Staff Member

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      Anyone got one? They are SUPER pricey at the moment. I would like to get one in the future or possibly with my next laptop in a few years if it's upgradable and I can swap out the stock SSD in it for a 1TB if I have the cash to do so.
       
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      Mines only 120GB which has Windows on it.Every thing else is on 1tb drive partitioned into 2
       
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      Mine is a similar setup, but a 1TB SSD along with a 1TB HDD would be quite awesome.
       
    4. Entmtone

      Entmtone New Chatter

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      I currently only have a 128gb SSD. That I use for some major programs and os. But I also have a total of 5TB of storage lol. My next built will consist of all SSD's. You can get 1TB drives now for like 200-300. Which tbh isn't bad. And by the time that I'm ready to build my next computer they will be even cheaper. You just don't see that kind of performance on a mechanical drive.
       
    5. Demon_skeith

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      I love to go SSD but way to pricey and I won't drop below 1 TB. I imagine 5 years from now it will be in a affordable price range.
       
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