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Windows 7: Upgrading my motherboard but I have old hardware

21 Jul 2014   #21

7 Pro x64, 10 Pro x64

the 840 Pro is warranted for 5 years. Iv had one for a while.

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27 Jul 2014   #22

Windows 10 Pro

Lifespan for ssd are very good, especially when the manufacturer is a name brand. ssd have no moving parts, so therefor they last a long time.
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 Upgrading my motherboard but I have old hardware

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