Intel's 80GB 335 Series SSD hits shelves

By Rick
Apr 24, 2013
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  1. This week Intel added an 80GB model to its current line-up of 335 Series SSDs. The 2.5-inch 80GB drive is Intel's third and possibly final addition to the 335 family poised to sit alongside its two larger 180GB and 240GB...

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  2. Fbarnett

    Fbarnett TS Booster Posts: 206   +30

    Who wants 80gb? I cant believe that people buy anything under 500gb. I guess I do under stand where people buy a ssd at 250gb so they can have a ssd but 80gb is 2 small unless they are like $30.00
  3. I agree, 80GB is on the small side.
    Although, I am currently running my desktop with an 80GB Intel X25-M SSD.
    The OS & all my programs get installed onto that & the games/movies/photos etc go on one of the other 6 HDD's (12TB total) ;)
    Still got 22GB free aswell, so not in a big hurry to upgrade, despite the drive being over 3yrs old now.

    Although if I was running a laptop with one disc drive bay, I'd be looking into acquiring the Crucial M500 960GB :)
  4. Vilandra

    Vilandra TS Member Posts: 22

    I just bought a 250 because I'm going to use it as a boot drive and keep my hdd alongside it, and I couldn't justify the extra expense for the 500 on a laptop that's a couple years old. But I can't imagine trying to use 80, but I guess if you're just using it for OS that would be okay...

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