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Old 04-15-2011, 10:07 PM   #49
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OK, here goes. Newegg's got a promo code for 10% off of SSDs, but you can only use it if you sign up for their newsletter. If you're not signed up, you can do so and the code should still work. Combine that with the mail-in rebate and you can get this drive for $162.

OCZ is not my first choice, but this is the best deal going on a SandForce 1200 SSD right now.
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I must have mis-read: I thought the 320's were SATA II.
Actually, I misread. They're SATA 2.
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I guess I'll keep looking at the X25's. Is it worth $5 for 25nm vs 34nm or does the alleged performance gain come from something else?
I've read that 34nm is actually preferable because the overall capacity is higher.


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