Windows 10: Why SSDs are obsolete

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  1.    28 Feb 2015 #21

    A bit on a pricey side though.
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  2.    28 Feb 2015 #22

    CountMike said: View Post
    A bit on a pricey side though.
    I'd need to take a loan out to purchase one!
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  3.    28 Feb 2015 #23

    LittleJay said: View Post
    I'd need to take a loan out to purchase one!
    I don't think it's necessary, once you get from HDD to SSD, even slowest one seems lightning fast.
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  4.    28 Feb 2015 #24

    I agree. Performance wise, SSD's are good enough for me.
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  5.    28 Feb 2015 #25

    LittleJay said: View Post
    I agree. Performance wise, SSD's are good enough for me.
    I decided to go for price - size instead for speed for the next SSD.
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  6.    28 Feb 2015 #26

    I remember paying $265 for my first 60GB OCZ SSD. That was in 2008. And look where prices are now. A 500GB SSD can be had for $180 and a 60GB SSD is cheaper than a decent USB3 stick.
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  7.    28 Feb 2015 #27

    whs said: View Post
    I remember paying $265 for my first 60GB OCZ SSD. That was in 2008. And look where prices are now. A 500GB SSD can be had for $180 and a 60GB SSD is cheaper than a decent USB3 stick.
    According to some reports production prices should fall by approximately 50% this year.
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  8.    28 Feb 2015 #28

    And sizes should be going up soon, as well. I read recently that Intel is predicting 10TB SSDs in two years.
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  9.    28 Feb 2015 #29

    Lady Fitzgerald said: View Post
    And sizes should be going up soon, as well. I read recently that Intel is predicting 10TB SSDs in two years.
    Just like with HDDs, once upon a time I thought my 20MB on the Atari was enormous and rocket fast. When SCSI came out my 486 went a-flying. My first IDE was 250MB, enormous !
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  10.    28 Feb 2015 #30

    So far this year I have replaced all HDDs in my main computer with SSDs. I now have two Kingston 480 gig SSDs , and truly enjoy the difference in speed. As WHS I bought my first SSD back in 2009, an Intel M 25 80 gig and it is still going strong as my main drive for my iMac 27 " OS X drive.
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