Gigabyte Bundles 20GB SSD with Z68XP-UD3-iSSD Motherboard

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ALmokhlsany

i work as network engineer i use applications like vmware or any app. like this

pc not for games

i need pc components for virtualization technology

price:max 800$ without vga( i have got xfx 9500)

i think gigabyte motherboard is great,intel i7-2600 is great too.

what do you think?

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ALmokhlsany

i work as network engineer i use applications like vmware or any app. like this

pc not for games

i need pc components for virtualization technology

price:max 800$ without vga( i have got xfx 9500)

i think gigabyte motherboard is great,intel i7-2600 is great too.

what do you think?

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Supermonkey

I'm very interested.

Like to know about how well it works MaximumPC.

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maddingo

some seem to be missing the point of the 20GB ssd

 

it isn't to use like a normal hd it is for the smart response SSD Cache

 

 

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unitymind

Great idea...would be nice if there was another one the size of an operating system between it as well. Also it is a great place to store virus and malware :0

 

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mt_mike

Since I only mentioned it to one or two people, though, I guess they couldn't have known...

I want a Micro ATX board (I'm lookin' at you ASUS and MSI) with most of the SATA ports replaced with onboard SSD/Flash storage...with a Micro board and a small case I would only need 2 max SATA ports, maybe none - PCI-E SSD, external USB 2/3 optical drive.

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JohnP

Onboard ANYTHING is always a bad idea. Things go out of date so quickly that onboard SSD/flash is already outdated by the time you can BUY the damn stuff... No, there is a reason why PCs have always been modular...

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satrain18

Actually, from the looks of it, the SSD card looks swappable.

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maleficarus™

Outdated and actually needed are two very different things John...

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