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Thread: VU UNO 4KSE SSD instead of standard HDD

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    VU UNO 4KSE SSD instead of standard HDD

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    I have the above model which I have had for several years now and thinking about replacing my HDD with a SSD. I see that the VU UNO 4k is sata iii compatable and wondered if anyone had replaced theirs and if it worked well? I am looking at an internal 2.5” drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tillybaby View Post
    Hi
    I have the above model which I have had for several years now and thinking about replacing my HDD with a SSD. I see that the VU UNO 4k is sata iii compatable and wondered if anyone had replaced theirs and if it worked well? I am looking at an internal 2.5” drive.
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    I am using a Samsung SSD 870 in the HDD slot.
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    I use Crucial or Kingston, good price. Samsung in PC. Dont forget no standby with SSD and box will be faster but not a lot and if your existing works why waste it.

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