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works well for me. I use it as a boot drive (OS and progs) then have a second 1tb ordinary drive for data. No problems
14 days ago by Mr. A. W. Waylett
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trim_(computing)
28 Jan 2015 by Mohammed Showaib
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It might if the problem is hard drive failure. Generally start up and general use is much fast with an SSD
29 Dec 2014 by Ayo
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If is for a laptop you don't need anything, for a PC you'll need an adapter similar to this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/PRIMECASES%C2%AE-Mounting-Adapter-Bracket-Holder/dp/B00K0D065Q/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1418844458&sr=8-6&keywords=ssd+adapter
17 Dec 2014 by Alfred Radu
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I'm sorry, I cannot give a definitive answer to your question. My guess is that you get what you pay for and if speed is a big issue then you may have to pay more for a Crucial drive, for instance. I am more interested in reliability and in any case, putting a supercharged SSD will not noticeably speed up a slow PC. Sorry I cannot be more technical but good luck with whatever you choose.
10 Nov 2014 by Big Al
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The Amazon web site says warranty is 12 months only as far as I can see. Best to check with Amazon BEFORE purchase.
14 Jun 2014 by dennis
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Yes it should fit well. It's slightly smaller than standard 2.5" drive, but it comes with a little plastic plate that fits on the back to make it the correct size. I would not buy this product however, the real world performance is less than half of what's advertised.
28 Apr 2014 by Scott
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