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SSD 2012 roundup: Sixteen 120 and 128 GB SATA 6G SSDs SSD 2012 roundup: Sixteen 120 and 128 GB SATA 6G SSDs

An SSD, okay, but which one? It was about time we put the latest models up against the older ones and this is what we’ve done with this review of sixteen 120 and 128 GB SATA 6G SSDs!

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