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SSD in critical application

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April 10, 2012 1:10:54 PM

I am considering going from HDD to SSD in my primary laptop (Dell Latitude E6410) for performance reasons. I use the computer every day and one of its primary uses is as my primary PC at events my company does. So, reliability/stability is by far my #1 priority, much more so that anything else. I want something that is simply going to work and don't want to mess with something that will require tweaking to get it to work.

So, if I do jump for the SSD, I'm leaning towards the Samsung 830 based on all that I have read.

So, I guess my larger question is whether SSDs are far enough along yet to trust in a critical application like this, or whether I should wait it out a little while longer.

Thanks for any input.
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April 10, 2012 1:21:14 PM

the samsung 830 is a reliable SSD and is recommended at its price point:
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ssd-review-benchmar...

of course if you are dealing with critical data it is best to back it up. as far as it performing at an event, it would be reliable.
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