RunCore 32GB Pro IV SSD Home Theater PC Upgrade - Worth it?
During our visit to Hangzhou, China last month to visit RunCore for a product launch and factory tour, they gave us one of their 32GB Pro IV SSDs to take away and have some fun with once we returned home.
Since I believe 'everyone should have an SSD in their system', I decided I would install it into my AMD home theater PC and replace the Western Digital Green 1TB HDD with the SSD for a bit of a speed boost upgrade.
Watch the video below as we show you some of the great features of the RunCore SSD, the setup and installation processes and the all important performance information.
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