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Windows 7: SSD's: When will they become a viable choice?

07 Oct 2011   #11

MS Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit (Family Pack Lic.) Upgrade

Wow, sounds cheep, maybe i was right.

to be honest i wont pay over 35 us$ for a new 1TB 7k+ with the online deals these days, but i'll splurge when i feel the pang and get a solid state for fun

thanks for the reply

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