Friday, August 17, 2012

128GB M4 Msata "Nano-review"

Posted By: han siang "Speedknight" wong - Friday, August 17, 2012
Stocks are very limited @ PC themes at SLS



So recently i got myself a laptop upgrade,a 128GB Crucial M4 mSATA SSD drive. 

I have been wanting a SSD in my laptop ever since i upgraded to a MSI GE60 0NC earlier this year but have been held back by capacity whores and the fact that SSD are still relatively expensive. But with a recently launch 128GB msata m4 priced at a S.R.P of $199 and an unused port on my MSI GE 60, 
money flew out of my wallet. Here is an nano size review of the drive XD~... 

Full specification of my laptop:



MSI GE60 0NC System specs:
  • Intel i7-3610QM (2.3Ghz-3.3Ghz, 6MB Cache) 
  • nVidia GeForce GT650M 2GB GDDR5 
  • 15.6" FHD, Anti-Glare(1920*1080) LED
  • 16GB Rams (GSKILL 8GB DDR III SODIMM*2) 
  • WD Scopio Black 750GB (SATA) 7200rpm
  • 128GB Crucial M4 mSATA SSD. 
  • Super Multi
  • Intel Jackson Peak N2230 (2*2 b/g/n) + BT4.0
  • Win7 Home Premium
  • 6 cell

Opening the laptop to place the SSD  was an easy affair and took  less the 15mins.          

Installation Success!!









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Japanese subculture blogger, Photography Hobbyist, Vehicular Enthusiast, Tech Geek and a Communication Systems Assistant Engineer in rail industry IRL Capturing the photographic memories of Singapore Japanese Subculture events and more~ Speedknight.com

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