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Intel X25-M G2 80GB SSD (34nm NAND) Good or Bad?

Discussion in 'Storage' started by puma99dk|, Oct 3, 2011.

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    i just bought this SSD about 1year and 9month old for about 123,39USD / 91,38euro.

    Intel X25-M G2 80GB SSD (34nm NAND) - SSDSA2MH080G2C1

    http://www.intel.com/design/flash/nand/mainstream/index.htm

    it will come with the newest firmware i got the seller to update the firmware for me.

    i am actually excited about it, bcs it's my first SSD and 80gb should be fine i think ^^
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    maybe u should upgrade to Windows 7 and get the Trim Support u can always go Professional instead of Ultimate there u can still get rid of Run As Administrator and the UAC, that's why i am on Ultimate plus i got them for like a really nice price bcs i bought a good bunch of them not just for myself but family too.
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    There's no reason to get 7 Vista works perfectly fine without trim because of intels garbage collection.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_collection_(SSD)#Garbage_collection


    I got both vista copys for free when MS was giving them away :).
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    Congrats! I bought the same SSD around 2 years ago, still going strong for my main OS drive and a few games.
    These X25-M from Intel were pretty reliable, and the kings of performance for quite while.
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    I have one and its great, i am keeping mine until i upgrade to a X79

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