Hardware Secrets has assembled seven* 128GB SSDs to compare, ranging from the $280 Kingston SSD Now V to the $440 Intel X25-M (*Yes it is 160GB but what other category could you stick it with?).   There are five different controllers represented in the testing, six different buffers and four different types of flash memory.  With the price differences in mind they approach the testing not only with absolute performance in mind, though that is included and quite in depth, but also the budget limits that constrain us all.  Check it out.
“Looking for a 128 GB solid state drive (SSD) for your computer? Today we are going to compare the performance of seven different models from Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, Intel, Mushkin, Patriot and Western Digital. Which one you should buy? Check it out.”

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