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So firstly we need to determine what kind of usage your device has. Older PCs/Laptops that already have HDDs. These kinds of PCs can greatly have their performance improved by just adding an SSD as a boot drive, e.g. I have an old laptop from 2007 with top specs from the time, with it's HDD it was pretty unusable, with an SU800 128GB SSD in it, it is a great daily machine for your daily needs and it can still compile some stuff. Generally recommendation here is to go with mid-range SATA drives, something like SU650/SU800, BX500, MX300/MX500, micron 1100/1300, A58/A55. Fresh new build for c
Back in my day our steam powered computational engine storage had one main enemy: MAGNETS! Now Teamgroup wants you to stick your storage to the case with said magnets. What sorcery is this?! For a case with wasted space and not aluminium this does seem like a good idea. Let me know if you want me to test them. https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/ssd-adaptor For about $10us seems a nice small good idea.