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    Default a look at the Intel 750 SSD

    I have tried both..The PCI plug in and the hyper kit adapter plug in for my Sabertooth X99 MB. The Intel 750 either way brings new things to the table..This PC-05 score is up 15,000 because of the 750.. Don't get me wrong, the 8 core 5960X also helps the score but the intel 750 is what takes it over the top..Whatever Intel has found with these drives, I'm sure will get around...And whatever it is, is amazing. You know it as soon as you load your OS on it..Being that it is very young it can be a little demanding to load and not all directions are correct that I found. BUT once I got the right driver for the Sabertooth X99 it let me know quick I was dealing with something I never had before.




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    Default Re: a look at the Intel 750 SSD

    The Intel 750 series are truly great and fast SSDs. BTW, great VCore for 4.8 GHz on this 5960x proccessor.

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