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Memoright SSDs: The End of Hard Drives?
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    Anonymous , 16 May 2008 08:12
    At that price I will stick to my hard drives. These SSD devices have a long ways to go before the average pc user feels the need to dish out hard earned money for them.
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    MasterDex , 18 May 2008 18:24
    It's good to see that SSd drives are at the point that HDD were about 10/15 years ago. Give these another 10 years (if even) and we'll be laughing about how we used to use HDD for storage.
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    leexgx , 22 May 2008 12:22
    should of tested RAID 5 as well and maybe raid 1, but i guess the numbers would of been lower mosty due to the fact the RAID card mite not be able to keep up with the SSD drives lol

    i think ssd drives will not take 10 years to come top dog in the hard disk market think more like 3-5 years maybe even less
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    Anonymous , 21 August 2008 00:08
    I was under the impression that SSD are limited in the number of times you can perform write operations to them. I'm sure that I read an article that said a SSDs life expectancy would severely diminish with an OS continually writing and rewriting temp files to it?
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    Anonymous , 18 September 2008 16:08
    Two years max before all enthousiasts have an SSD drive in their PC's. Not to replace the HDDs, but a small one (32GB or 64GB sounds about right) just for the OS, applications and some games.