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    is this a good deal?

    should i go for a corsair force series 3 ssd for 75 dollars?
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    I would, 60GB sanforce drives still run about $100 on average. The Force 3(non GT) is quite a bit faster than the Solid 3 which is the same price, and the agility 3 which is slightly more expensive.
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