quote ocinomAn SSD stands for Solid State Drive. This means instead of a mechanical system consisting of a mechanical arm and spinning platters the drive instead uses an all solid state design and memory chips for storage.Another question. What is SSD. What are the benefits for using them. Should I get one?
quote ocinomIt's like a HDD but I think it's electrical instead of mechanical. They're pricy but have faster speeds than a regular HDD, at least that's what I think from reading posts around here.Another question. What is SSD. What are the benefits for using them. Should I get one?
quote ocinomOkay since you linked Newegg I am presuming you are using Newegg. If that is so change the CPU to the i5 3470, you actually get a faster stock chip for $5 less.
quote Crusad3rTrue but back in 2010, I bought on of the the AMD Phenom's and till this date it hasn't failed on me. Still as fast as the day I bought it. I built the computer on the same purpose as this guy; gaming, browsing, a bit of video editing etc. But i'm not going to argue that AMD is better than Intel since I know intel is far more superior. But the price of the AMD cpus are good and affordable.You get what you pay for, so with AMD, you get not much.
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