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    Is the $130 MyDigitalSSD as good as the more expensive Seagate Game Drive SSD for Xbox? Let's find out!
    Adding an external SSD can dramatically improve your game load and save times. Seagate's Game Drive for Xbox SSD is a 512GB external drive that fits just that bill, and in my tests the $210 accessory loaded games and game saved around 20 percent faster than the Xbox One's internal hard disk drive. That's a significant bump especially for games that load large cut scenes frequently.
    The one complaint about the Seagate drive was the price. Not only is it priced higher than a 4TB hard disk drive (admittedly, a slow option), but it's expensive for a comparable SSD drive. Enter the MyDigitalSSD 512GB, which costs only $130 and claims similar performance for your Xbox.

    Is the MyDigitalSSD any good, though? Here are my results!

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    12-19-2016 09:42 AM

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