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Originally Posted by Ph4lanxSo, Corsair or Crucial, basically :) Nice to know, as I've been thinking about a small SSD for a while now.
Originally Posted by Ph4ZeDExcellent and needed guide as so many people are still unfamiliar with SSD basics. Surprised not to see Intel's drives not getting any recommendations as they are buyers favourites.
Originally Posted by HereisphillyThat crucial is really tempting... especially since i have the Gigabyte x58A ud3r...
Does anyone know if the 2 sata 6gbps ports on the board would be fine, or am i better off buying the expansion card as well?
Originally Posted by Material
The expansion card will be worth it, we've played around with some of the built in SATA 6Gbps of various boards and they've not been so great
Originally Posted by BazI'll be looking at C300 performance with a variety of Mobo's soon hopefully. We were genuinely surprised to find plenty of boards which carried SATA 3 (6Gbps) ports just were not up to the task. Until now the highpoint is the only one we're confident can do the business.
Originally Posted by Ph4ZeDCould you link the highpoint on Scan?
Originally Posted by smc8788FYI, the price for the Corsair Rector 60GB on the last page is incorrect, it's actually £116, plus it's not the cheapest in the UK. Scan have it in stock for much cheaper:
I've just placed an order for a 64GB C300 myself, but as it's not in stock I may consider changing it for the Corsair drive now I've read this.
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