Amazon has the SanDisk SDSSDRC-032G-G26 32GB SATA III Desktop Caching Solid State Drive for $30 with free shipping on $35+. Up to 12 times faster application response and up to 4 times faster boot times. Not a HDD replacement; requires Windows OS.
Retail: $100

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 290
    Posted 2:58 pm PST 12/13/13

    Good reviews in general. Hum, should I or ?

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    Agent Ben's cred: 150
    Posted 3:21 pm PST 12/13/13

    Teleman wrote:
    Good reviews in general. Hum, should I or ?


    Yes, you should with the I and not ?
    But seriously, I've installed this for a user here in the offices and she's been very happy with the performance improvement overall. It wasn't noticeable initially since the software needs to "learn" what gets accessed the most, but gradually it helps.

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    Scorpio Ben's cred: 57
    Posted 3:40 pm PST 12/13/13

    These should be about $15 IMO based on the current per gig cost of larger drives.

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    dennis007 Ben's cred: 261
    Posted 3:48 pm PST 12/13/13

    ^ I'm totally agreed with above post. This should only cost $15 max.

    Why not pay another $40 bucks and get 128gb SSD and ghost your original drive. I don't like the idea of been hybrid as your data etc...still access from slow main drive.

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    lococacho Ben's cred: 4
    Posted 3:59 pm PST 12/13/13

    sold out

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3705
    Posted 4:06 pm PST 12/13/13

    Regardless of how many GB capacity there is still the cost of drive housing, controller, DRAM cache, marketing, delivery, etc. Smaller drives are supposed to cost more per GB than larger ones till you get up to the luxury class models that command a premium simply because they're so large, high performance, and sell in smaller volume.

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    Goob Ben's cred: 188
    Posted 6:35 pm PST 12/13/13

    Out of impulse I bought one when I saw Amazon's inventory said two left before doing any research if my older system, H67motherboard, can utilize this technology. Anyone know?

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    mikegrmi Ben's cred: 360
    Posted 6:42 pm PST 12/13/13

    ^ As long as you have a spare SATA port for it, you should be fine. It connects just like any other SATA drive. The newest firmware supports Windows 8 and does not need the password that some were complaining about in the reviews. Mine really improved my boot times and overall speed on an older system.

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    Posted 6:46 pm PST 12/13/13

    ^Great! Lots of SATA ports. Looking forward to trying this out.

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