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[US] Mushkin Chronos 120GB SSD - $100 + Free shipping

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  1. suraswami

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    Phusius and nv40pimp say thanks.
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    I was about to post this same deal.

    500Mb + read and write @ less than $1 per gb... seems too good, but then again mushkin makes pretty good stuff right?
     
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    SF controllers are know to have compatibility issues, BSOD etc, thats why I am not sure if I want to take a chance.
     
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    I own the drive and haven't had a single issue.. had it for 6m now.. like all my SF drives... Never had that issue people say...
     
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    iv never had a problem with my SF drives. its all about the gen. imo nothing to worry about now.
     
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    does it havea transfer kit? how do i get my win 7 on it? i lost my disk a long time ago.
     
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    as long as you have the key, just go and google win7 bootable disc.... even search TPU.. we had a thread on it.. I just don't remember what it was from... lol

    It's easy to make one yourself. even allows to make one that can install any version..
     
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    I usually use True Image to either clone or Backup and Restore to new drive. Its a worthy investment, try to get one if you don't have one.
     

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