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.Skill Titan 256 MB SSD (FM-25S2S-256GBT1) - PCstats.com .Skill Titan 256 MB SSD (FM-25S2S-256GBT1)
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With Solid State Drives scoring high on the Geeks techno-lust list, we've been covering more SSD's to help you keep up with the technology. Drives we've seen up until now were lacking in space, making them somewhat impractical for a primary boot drive big enough to meet your everyday needs. Sizes we've seen range from 32 GB to 128 GB, and while the 128 GB is a decent size, with high speed internet and downloading songs and media content a common place occurrence, it's just not quite big enough. We've been waiting for larger drives that are more feasible for the every day user. G.Skill fielded a 256 GB SSD called the Titan. Designed to not only meet your need for speed, but carrying a whopping 256 GB storage space large enough for a primary boot drive capable of taking care of the storage needs of the average user. It's the first SSD we've seen that offers enough space to be feasible for single drive operation in a system. Some people might be able to get by with an 80 GB or a 128 GB SSD, but most of us need between 128 GB and 256 GB because hard drives are like closets, they seem to fill up quickly and once they do, there's no place for all the stuff you don't want to get rid of.
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