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ADATA Premier Pro SP300 24GB mSATA Cache Solid State Drive Review

One of today’s biggest uses for a Solid State Drive is as a crucial part of many gamers’ machines. Whether gamers are looking to gain an advantage over their opponent by being the first to spawn in a map or just by reducing general load times to increase their playing duration, a fast storage drive is imperative.

We used a stopwatch to measure the time it took for the Battlefield 3 game to load to its campaign menu screen and rounded the value to the nearest whole number.

The results of Kingston’s V100 and our Intel SRT-based configuration are sufficiently close to leave an outright winner as undeclared. Both setups achieve excellent sub-30 second load times, allowing enthusiasts to game – not wait.

Over a minute wait is required for a HDD-based system – more than double that of its SSD counterparts. A 63% time reduction can be achieved by caching ADATA’s SP300 SSD with the Seagate 7200.12.

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