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Since across the board new PSUs were entering the picture, it was time to see if the folks at Kingston could hook us up with some new hard drives, and while the Western Digital Raptor series has served us exceptionally well over the years, it's time to get out of the dinosaur age.
Because we've always ran off Raptors, we've never had heaps of storage space as it is, which meant dealing with smaller sized SSDs than traditional hard drives that get into the testbeds these days wasn't going to be hard.
What we ended up with were three SSDNow V+ Series 128GB drives that our storage master Chris has looked at here in the past and been impressed with.
SSD was simply the logical next step when it came to upgrading our testbeds and we're sure that we'll be holding onto these puppies for a while. For a bit more information about them I recommend checking out the review Chris did on the 512GB one here.
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