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Help me with SSD

noob

Cyborg Agent
I want to buy a SSD for my PC. My configuration is as below.
Need to buy 120-250 GB SSD.

Suggest a good one.
Core-i5 2400 | Intel DH67BL | G.Skill 8GB DDR3 1333Mhz | 500GB Segate | CM 430 | Corsair VX550 PSU| BENQ V2410 eco LED
 
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noob

Cyborg Agent
1. Will it fit for my configuration given in OP ?
2. Can i use it inside my Lenovo G500 laptop ?

Thanks for prompt reply.
 

Faun

Wahahaha~!
Staff member
1. Will it fit for my configuration given in OP ?
2. Can i use it inside my Lenovo G500 laptop ?

Thanks for prompt reply.

1. Yes, it requires sata connectors.
2. Should be able to fit in Lenovo G500. It's tiny. I have never tried though.
 

Gollum

Collector
Hey noob
get SanDisk SSD plus 120 GB
its cheap and is super fast as an OS drive.

I was so impressed by its performance that I bought another one.
Now both my desktops have an SSD. :D
 

DK_WD

WD Official
1. Will it fit for my configuration given in OP ?
2. Can i use it inside my Lenovo G500 laptop ?

Thanks for prompt reply.

Hi [MENTION=95904]noob[/MENTION],

The upgrading of storage part, it's all depend on the SSD thickness and compatibility with the MOBO. Mostly, all mobile 2.5 inch SSD models come with 7mm thickness, Larger capacity would be thicker, as with most manufacturers.

Just a suggestion, the pick of the SSD, it all depends on your fund, because SSDs are costly; however they are worth every penny. The variation between cheaper SSDs and more costly ones that have similar capacity is their write speeds. Costly ones are usually 540MB/s write speeds while inexpensive ones go up to around 250MB/s write speeds only. Read speeds however, are the same.
 
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