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[Amazon Canada] Silicon Power 128GB SATA III 2.5" 3D NAND Internal SSD - $27.99

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[Amazon Canada] Silicon Power 128GB SATA III 2.5" 3D NAND Internal SSD - $27.99

Silicon Power 128GB internal solid state drive for $27.99.
Could be a good deal for those need SSD for Ultrabooks and Ultra-slim notebooks.
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Brand in title please, would save me from clicking into this thread :P
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+additional 8% CB ;) #ebates
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YouTube channel Tech Deals absolutely hates the brand Silicon Power.
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themikewoo wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 9:31 am
YouTube channel Tech Deals absolutely hates the brand Silicon Power.
For what reason? If you're going to post that at least explain why.
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themikewoo wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 9:31 am
YouTube channel Tech Deals absolutely hates the brand Silicon Power.
For a basic HDD to SSD upgrade, SP SSDs are more than enough. Sure, one wants better brand/quality, get a Crucial (or similar). But for upgrading an aging laptop or just to use as a spare, this SSD is more than sufficient - especially given the price! Thanks OP.
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2:55 for information. No numerical data but just a comparison of another budget SSD.
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themikewoo wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 9:50 am


2:55 for information. No numerical data but just a comparison of another budget SSD.
For those planning on cloning an HD with windows on it he recommends Samsung EVO drives. Watch here (pre-cued to 4:43)

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sid8tive wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 9:42 am
For a basic HDD to SSD upgrade, SP SSDs are more than enough. Sure, one wants better brand/quality, get a Crucial (or similar). But for upgrading an aging laptop or just to use as a spare, this SSD is more than sufficient - especially given the price! Thanks OP.
yup. I put one of these in my old Acer 5810TZ. Made enough of a difference for me without spending too much for an ancient machine.
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sprung wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 10:45 am
yup. I put one of these in my old Acer 5810TZ. Made enough of a difference for me without spending too much for an ancient machine.
Ditto! (I have a ThinkPad T420)
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Jan 16th, 2019 10:34 am
For those planning on cloning an HD with windows on it he recommends Samsung EVO drives. Watch here (pre-cued to 4:43)
Drive cloning: Learn the skill...and don't limit your choices by bundled software.
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chatbox wrote:
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Drive cloning: Learn the skill...and don't limit your choices by bundled software.
Agreed. Clonezilla does a good job. Boot from Live USB/CD/DVD and clone away. Works for me everytime.
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Thanks OP, in for one for my nVidia Shield TV with USB to SSD adapter.
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