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64GB Kingston SSDNow V200 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w/ Upgrade Kit EXPIRED

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Promoted 10-20-2013 at 01:53 AM View Original Post
Staples has 64GB Kingston SSDNow V200 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w/ Upgrade Kit (SV200S3B7A/64G) + $0.29 Filler Item for $50.28 - $15 off with coupon code 86069 = $35.28 with free shipping. Thanks yuugotserved & AkumaX

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Edited October 20, 2013 at 05:52 AM by DeividdoSama
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I'd say this is a pretty good price for someone on a budget Smilie

64GB Kingston SSDNow V200 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w/ Upgrade Kit [staples.com] + $0.29 Filler Item [staples.com] (Thanks for the filler, AkumaX!)

$51 - $15 off code 86069
= $35.28 with free shipping

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#61
Thanks. In 4 1. Thinking about try PM for the Amazon V300 for 60G, oh well, too much trouble.
Time is money.
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#62
I am giving it a shot as a replacement hard drive in my laptop. its a pretty slow booting machine so this should be a vast improvement.

thanks
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#63
good deal, and I have $22 on rewards too, but every single computer I have is already on SSD, nor not SSD raid-0, lol, tempting

also, I have a 32GB SSD and it's enough to install win7
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Showing up at 49.99 which is under the 50 dollar coupon limit for me.
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#65
oh awesome, i just got this for like 16.XX after tax and rewards. awesome deal! the only prob is that this drive is only 64gb, how can i set this drive to hold the operating system and go along side a HDD? something about raid..... i am not very knowledgeable about that sort of thing.
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Quote from iluvu4eternity View Post :
oh awesome, i just got this for like 16.XX after tax and rewards. awesome deal! the only prob is that this drive is only 64gb, how can i set this drive to hold the operating system and go along side a HDD? something about raid..... i am not very knowledgeable about that sort of thing.
You can't raid a ssd with an hdd. Just install the OS on the SSD, and use the HDD like a huge flash drive for storage and the more irrelevant programs.
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#67
If your using these for a windows 7 boot drive you need to do a bit of managing or your going to find yourself out of space. You should turn off the hibernate and paging options for the windows drive, those 2 things can eat up to 20+ gb on your drive and it really isn't useful. Windows by itself takes over 20 gb plus whatever programs you choose to install.

These are great small inexpensive drives for faster windows boot up and program launching.
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Quote from sevology View Post :
You can't raid a ssd and an hdd. Just install the OS on the SSD, and use the HDD like a huge flash drive for storage and the more irrelevant programs.
the thing is, i want to have the computer boot of really quick and some games quick, but for most of my other things will just be normal. so do i just plug it it and have like 2 separate drive? one main ssd drive (CSmilie and the normal HDD (DSmilie drive? why is it that i see people say if you have 32gb ssd you can make it into a raid 0?
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Quote from sevology View Post :
You can't raid a ssd and an hdd. Just install the OS on the SSD, and use the HDD like a huge flash drive for storage and the more irrelevant programs.
er.... why can't you raid SSD? I've been doing this for years
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Quote from iluvu4eternity View Post :
the thing is, i want to have the computer boot of really quick and some games quick, but for most of my other things will just be normal. so do i just plug it it and have like 2 separate drive? one main ssd drive (CSmilie and the normal HDD (DSmilie drive? why is it that i see people say if you have 32gb ssd you can make it into a raid 0?
You don't need to raid the drive for faster boot times. Just install the OS on the ssd and plug in the 2nd drive. I'm not sure about these drives but I remember there being a lot of issues raiding ssd a few years ago and these seem to be the same. Not completely sure if it was the sandforce controller problem.

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er.... why can't you raid SSD? I've been doing this for years
Your thinking of 2 of the same SSD. He said a SSD and HDD, which to my knowledge you can't raid hard drives with solid state drives.
Last edited by solarisV October 20, 2013 at 03:43 AM
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Quote from Angrynapkin View Post :
Showing up at 49.99 which is under the 50 dollar coupon limit for me.
Go back and read the first post.
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#72
Quite often Newegg has now that 10% off coupon via mobile site, also quite often you can find one of the SanDisk or Kingston drives (120GB) for $80 FS, after coupon it's around $72. I have got my Toshiba 128GB SSD that way for $72 on one of the shellshockers. For HTPC 64GB is fine, but for main desktop it's a bit low, I limit myself to most important software (and games) on C: SSD but still run close to 50-60GB all the time.
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#73
128gb is barely enough... so 64gb is pointless to me... good deal otherwise
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#74
sweet, perfect for my ESXI server.
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#75
This review [notebookreview.com] confirms it's a 7mm drive. If you read reviews on Newegg, note that old firmware versions of this drive did have problems with degrading speed, but as the above review confirms, they've been fixed with the newer firmware.
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