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[title] Solid State Drive (SSD)
[* icon_caution] '''Some SSD's have Linux specific TRIM issues, due to poor implementation. While this is typically the case, researching the SSD you want to makethe majority of problems are minor and usually are not critical, making sure isn'tthat's going to be the case is not a bad idea.'''
[* icon_reminder] '''In manyIn most Linux distros, TRIM is disabled by default. To enable TRIM, check the documentation that is specific to your distro (and take note of which features have problems).distro. '''Note: The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. These bad features on this drive had to be blacklisted, since they were never fixed.'''
[* icon_note] '''The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. The bad features on this drive had to be blacklisted.'''

[* black] '''128GB:''' Due to the limited capacity of these drives, their use as a primary drive isn't viable, since they will fill up very quickly. Due to their limited capacity, theyviable. These drives work bestwell as an OS drive inonly drive, but not as a dual drive configurationthat contains your OS and data.
[* black] '''256GB:''' While these drives are still considered small when compared to other drive capacitiessmall, they are far more useful then 128GB SSD's andgenerally do not cost that much more to buy. Filethen a 128GB SSD. Depending on how much space is likely toyour programs and OS use, personal file space may be limited, but not to the same degree as the 128GB SSD's are. Alimited. Having a large secondarystorage drive available is suggestedrecommended.
[* black] '''512GB:''' While 512GB SSD's are still somewhat expensive, they have come down in price substantially. In many casesIf you are okay with a slower SSD, you can getusually find a 512GB driveSSD that uses slower flash at a greatly reduced cost, as long as you are okay with trading some speed to get an SSD that uses lower cost NAND flash. These drives work out well if you can only have one drive in the systemprice.
[* black] '''1TB:''' These SSD's only recently became available to consumers. Since they are so new, the $/GB cost for the drive is still high on these driveshigh. The introduction of 2TB SSD's has improved this, but it'sthe prices are still on the high side, and higher then I'd prefer it to belike.
[* black] '''2TB:''' Since these 2TB SSD's are so new, the $/GB cost is much higher then other capacities on this list. Unlike the 1TB SSD's (where I thinkSSD's. Until the cost is too high, but it's better)$/GB ratio improves, these drives cost too muchare hard to recommend right now, but will be easier to recommend when the $/GB ratio improvesrecommend.
[* icon_caution] '''Some SSD's have Linux specific TRIM issues, due to poor implementation. While this is typically the case, researching the SSD you want to makethe majority of problems are minor and usually are not critical, making sure isn'tthat's going to be the case is not a bad idea.'''
[* icon_reminder] '''In manyIn most Linux distros, TRIM is disabled by default. To enable TRIM, check the documentation that is specific to your distro (and take note of which features have problems).distro. '''Note: The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. These bad features on this drive had to be blacklisted, since they were never fixed.'''
[* icon_note] '''The drive in the picture has [http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/M500-M5x0-QUEUED-TRIM-data-corruption-alert-mostly-for-Linux/td-p/151028|known issues]. The bad features on this drive had to be blacklisted.'''

[* black] '''128GB:''' Due to the limited capacity of these drives, their use as a primary drive isn't viable, since they will fill up very quickly. Due to their limited capacity, theyviable. These drives work bestwell as an OS drive inonly drive, but not as a dual drive configurationthat contains your OS and data.
[* black] '''256GB:''' While these drives are still considered small when compared to other drive capacitiessmall, they are far more useful then 128GB SSD's andgenerally do not cost that much more to buy. Filethen a 128GB SSD. Depending on how much space is likely toyour programs and OS use, personal file space may be limited, but not to the same degree as the 128GB SSD's are. Alimited. Having a large secondarystorage drive available is suggestedrecommended.
[* black] '''512GB:''' While 512GB SSD's are still somewhat expensive, they have come down in price substantially. In many casesIf you are okay with a slower SSD, you can getusually find a 512GB driveSSD that uses slower flash at a greatly reduced cost, as long as you are okay with trading some speed to get an SSD that uses lower cost NAND flash. These drives work out well if you can only have one drive in the systemprice.
[* black] '''1TB:''' These SSD's only recently became available to consumers. Since they are so new, the $/GB cost for the drive is still high on these driveshigh. The introduction of 2TB SSD's has improved this, but it'sthe prices are still on the high side, and higher then I'd prefer it to belike.
[* black] '''2TB:''' Since these 2TB SSD's are so new, the $/GB cost is much higher then other capacities on this list. Unlike the 1TB SSD's (where I thinkSSD's. Until the cost is too high, but it's better)$/GB ratio improves, these drives cost too muchare hard to recommend right now, but will be easier to recommend when the $/GB ratio improvesrecommend.