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SSD/HDD HYBRID.


rdave13
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Bought a reconditioned SSD for a reasonable price and installed quite successfully but found out mobo limited to 2 gig ram. Apparently SSDs work better with 4 gig ram so new mobo, cpu and ram should be delivered this weekend. Being a meddler I couldn't resist. All reasonably priced (not a gamer) and will install 64-bit 7. Then I come across this, Hybrid.

Technology never ceases to go forwards.

I think I'll be too old to wait for a reconditioned one of these, sadly.

Segate seemed to have the idea but couldn't quite get it to work.

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