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    Default SSD or PCI-e SSD

    I currently have an Ocz revodrive x2 but wanting to upgrade, I mainly play games. some video editing.

    I am currently thinking about revodrive 3 or corsair force series GT, what would you guys suggest.

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    Default Re: SSD or PCI-e SSD

    revodrive 3

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    Default Re: SSD or PCI-e SSD

    I have the Revo Drive 3 X2 240GB that we reviewed, if your interested send me a PM or email me, it's been sitting in it's box since we did the review.
    I also have a brand new 1TB Revo Drive Hybrid, I believe the box is still sealed.

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    Default Re: SSD or PCI-e SSD

    Why upgrade. Your Revo2 is more than adequate.

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    Default Re: SSD or PCI-e SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Why upgrade. Your Revo2 is more than adequate.
    My last revodrive failed, so Ocz gave me a new one. i just thought that considering i can sell that, i could get a new ssd for less. or perhaps upgrade to even quicker.

    Just wanted to know whats the quickest ssd out at the moment,

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    Default Re: SSD or PCI-e SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I have the Revo Drive 3 X2 240GB that we reviewed, if your interested send me a PM or email me, it's been sitting in it's box since we did the review.
    I also have a brand new 1TB Revo Drive Hybrid, I believe the box is still sealed.
    Lotto Drawing possibly

    Later

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    Default Re: SSD or PCI-e SSD

    The quickest is the PCI-E card. If you want a bit more detail, our resident SSD expert Mr. Gates (Jon) can offer some advice, hopefully he'll stop by shortly.

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