SanDisk Internal SSD 120GB 2.5-Inch SDSSDA-120G-G25 costs Rs. 3600 (~$53)
Sandisk SSD 128gb SATA 2.5, Z400s costs Rs. 3800 (~$56)
SanDisk 128GB SDSSDP-128G-G25 cost Rs. 3900 (~$58)
Samsung 850 EVO 120GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-75E120B/AM) - Costs Rs. 4800 (~$71)
As of now I have a old 500GB seagate HDD.
The new games are pretty big and system is taking a lot of time to load them (also going for a nwe graphic card since my 4670 got fried few days back).
My doubt in judging them is samsung is costly and has 520mbps write speed, and others have around 180mbps odd.
Some SSDs are slower than HDD when writting small files -do any of the above fall under such categories?
If I have to go with one of them - which is worthy? I will not upgrade my pc for another 4 -5 years (atleast not my HDD) -I have plenty of room in my external HDD so place is of no issue - Just 128GB is sufficient.
Please advice - SSD (flash and DRAM terms are confusing
My mother board is old and will not change it yet since it is working great. MB model Asus MT7019015303817.
Another choice: Transcend Ultra 120GB 2.5-inch Solid State Drive with DRAM 64 MB onboard cache/RAID support Read Speed: Up to 230 Mbps and write speed: Up to 180Mbps MTBF 1.5 million hours Costs Rs. 5000 (~$74)
My budget is around Rs. 4500 - Rs. 5000 ($67 - $75)