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Originally Posted by j0nb0y32 View Post
Thanks

million dolla question;

Given that, as you say it is relatively new on the market, will the increased speed be beneficial for loading and processing applications? compared to the increased cost and low capacity (i say this as pre-installed apps are put on the SDD drive and not the ATA)

currently i am thinking it is not, as i have not experienced the difference

Thanks in advance
Only you can answer that question. It comes down to a cost/benefit analysis, and you are the only one who has the parameters to plug into that equation.

My gut feeling is no.
If you were rich or depended upon the output of this machine for your living (and finding the speed to be hampering you) then yes.

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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