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Pros: - Lots of storage space
- Seems reliable for the time I've been using it
- Runs fairly quiet and doesn't get too hot
- Slightly faster data transfer speeds than a non-hybrid spinning 7200 RPM drive
Cons: - not as fast as an actual flash-based SSD
Other Thoughts: - All in all, I'm happy with this drive. I have been using Seagate 1 - 4TB drives for 10 years now in a professional capacity (3D design, video editing) and I've never had a drive fail. Hopefully this drive will last a long time as well.
- If you can get this drive for the same, or slightly more than a standard 7200RPM spinning drive, then it would be worth it. As other reviewers have noted, do not expect near-SSD speeds with these hybrid drives.
Pros: This is a great liquid cooler for the price. I have it installed in my NZXT Phantom 530 case. This is the second time I've installed a CPU cooler, so the installation process went smoothly, and much quicker than the first go-around.
The H110i is keeping my Intel i7-5960X nice and cool. I've got the CPU mildly overclocked at 4.0 GHz. The temps under idle and normal workload conditions sit right around 30 degrees C, 86 degrees F. Using HW Monitor, the peak temps logged on the CPU are 46 degrees C, 114 degrees F.
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Pros: This is a solid little 120GB SSD. Real-world and bench-marked read and write speeds are in the 400 to 450 MB/sec range. If you are looking for a cheap SSD to update an older laptop or desktop, and you do not need a ton of space for your programs and applications, you could do much worse for $50 or less.
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