Crucial vs Intel SSD

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  1. Rus

    Rus Senior Member

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    I use my laptop for Excel and Word documents, Quicken 2010 for my checking account, Win 7 games and surfing the Internet like email and just reading & buying stuff.

    I have a Crucial M4 64gb SSD with 17gb free space.

    My question: If I had an Intel X25E (SLC) would I notice any increase in the performance for what I use my laptop for?

    I received a response to my question from another forum that said, and I totally agree with, I would not notice any significant increase in overall performance.

    I hope my post here has been beneficial to those who've read it and will help them make an intelligent decision if they so desire to replace their HDD with an SSD.
     
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    LOL, I think I gave you the answer on HTG.
     
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    LOL very much. I know you did. Small world. LOL
     
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    This is the www world. We all travel thousands of miles in seconds. In which neck of the woods are you?
     
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    I'm down in San Diego. Chula Vista to be exact. Where art thou???
     
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    Hmm, I have some relatives in that area. I am currently at my winter home in Florida near Tampa. But in 2 weeks I will go to my summer home in the Black Forest in Germany. That's a picture from my upper terrace there:

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