Kingston KC 380 SSD, any good deals?

techman0

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I am looking for an SSD, I have a Notebook which is used daily for college assignment and taking notes. The SSD I was using earlier has somehow fried up, and now I am in a desperate need of a new SSD before my winter holidays end. I am thinking buying a KC 380 by Kingston, but I am looking for good offer, can anyone help with this?
 

wuiyang

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There were lots of SSDs, I dont know which one would you like to buy, but here's the list:
If you are afraid of frying your SSD, power shortage ruin your SSD's data, then buy Intel S3500 SSD (160GB)[SUP][1][/SUP], Link for the price on newegg
If you want a cheap, large capacity SSD, choose Crucial MX100 (512GB)[SUP][2][/SUP], [URL="http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-MX100-adapter-Internal-CT512MX100SSD1/dp/B00KFAGCUM?psc=1&SubscriptionId=AKIAIEF7KZG4SSIJ7QQA&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B00KFAGCUM&t=wpcentral00-20&tag=hawk-future-20&ascsubtag=UUwpUvbUpU2899976]Link for the price on amazon[/URL]


sources:
[1] Power-Loss-Protected SSDs Tested: Only Intel S3500 Passes - Slashdot
[2] Best SSDs of 2014 - Solid State Drive Comparison Charts
 

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