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jhannigan851

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Hi, im thinking of buying a new SSD or ssds, I have a 1tb currently but I have basically run out of storage.

My Questions:

1) if I was going to get another would I have to replace the one have had now or have it as well as a new one

2) If i buy a new one along with the one i have now does it have to be the same SSD or just same storage or what?

3) can someone give me some suggestions on what amount of storage is good, i use my pc for gaming, and what SSD is good for a cheap price (around 100 would be my budget)
 

crjdriver

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1) if I was going to get another would I have to replace the one have had now or have it as well as a new one
No one can tell because we have no idea what hardware you are running. Post ALL of your exact system specs and then someone could tell you
If i buy a new one along with the one i have now does it have to be the same SSD or just same storage or what?
Unless you plan on creating a raid array, they can be different size, brand, etc

Good ie what I recommend either samsung or intel for ssd. Both of those are bullet proof.
 

crjdriver

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Open the case and look. Nothing beats the mark 1 eyeball. Just about every part ie motherboard, video card, ram, etc will have the brand and model# either silkscreened on the part or have a label with the part#
If this is a big box system ie dell, hp, whatever post the exact brand, model# and service tag#
 
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if u have filled up a 1tb ssd....what are u storing on it???
games
music
pics?????
u can buy a cheap HDD and store all that stuff .....just drag it over (not sure about games tho)
then u can keep the ssd lean (and fast)
 
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