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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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Solid State Drives or SSDs have been around for a few years now. What began as a new way to store your OS and key files on a super-fast drive with limited storage has now become the go-to tech for storing all application data, including games. Having your Steam or GOG library on a dedicated SSD is the sort of setup that there’s no going back from.

And with the move to on-board M.2 SSD drives, which connect directly to your motherboard, you might be wondering what the point would be for the now traditional 2.5” SDD enclosure? Well, in the words of the new Crucial MX500 SSD doing its best Tom Cruise impression – “I feel the need, the need for sped”.


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