Patriot SSD Photocopies Page out of VelociRaptor Handbook

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Jacey

Hi... that was great stuff.. I really like reading on this subject but check out this stuff too......Photocopiers

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mojosico

man who cares about SSD's i realize this is maximum pc , but ssd's are not affordable enough to even mess with for the size you get . really whats the largest ssd drive right not publicly available right now 128 gig woo who. YAWN!!  someone wake me up when things get interesting.

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MAXPCreader07

How much space do you need for your main drive??

Just put your OS and apps on an SSD and get a normal drive for data and backup.

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Oedipus_Rex

It's not like it's anything new.

http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=HD-108&cat=CBL

Hell, I remember buying 3.5 inch retail hard drives that came with adapters to fit in 5 inch bays.  Not exactly a new idea.

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okron1k

i think this is a no brainer, and i bet all companies will soon follow suit. just kind of surprised patriot lead the way.

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AntiHero

Indeed, i think you're correct. However, one concern about this SSD bracket deal...what's the point? As the article stated, and we all have official proof if you own a flash card or usb flash drive, that they do not heat, and if they do, it's not enough to make a difference. Really all this says to me is that they want to market to those who are anal retentive about cooling, to a point where if the object changes by like 2 degress, they want to prevent that. Only time one of those would get heated enough to display an issue, would be if it's right on top of a normal hd, or above some other heated component (psu, video card, cpu, optical drive, etc)

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nekollx

i dotn think heat disipation is the point of the bracket (that's just a bonus) its main use is so the notebook sized 2.5 can fit in a standard 3.5 without a hassle

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