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personallyPersonally use Samsung drives. But thereBut! There are cheaper options. It all depends on what your needs are. A cheaper drive will be likely slower than SamsungSamsung. Both ADATA and Fledgling offers a nice drives as well, but the warranty will be shorter as well as its litespanlifespan.
personallyPersonally use Samsung drives. But thereBut! There are cheaper options. It all depends on what your needs are. A cheaper drive will be likely slower than SamsungSamsung. Both ADATA and Fledgling offers a nice drives as well, but the warranty will be shorter as well as its litespanlifespan.
 
As far as size 250GB is as small as you want, I find even that gets tight after a year of collecting stuff. I would really go with a 512GB class drivedrive or larger.
As far as size 250GB is as small as you want, I find even that gets tight after a year of collecting stuff. I would really go with a 512GB class drivedrive or larger.
 
I would also recommend going with 16GB of RAM and lastly replace the HD SATA cable! [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb] placing a strip of electricians tape down on the upper case to help protect the cable. Also don’t fold the cable! Creasing damages it!

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personally use Samsung drives. But there are cheaper options. It all depends on what your needs are. A cheaper drive will be likely slower than Samsung Both ADATA and Fledgling offers a nice drives as well, but the warranty will be shorter as well as its litespan.

As far as size 250GB is as small as you want, I find even that gets tight after a year of collecting stuff. I would really go with a 512GB class drive.

I would also recommend going with 16GB of RAM and lastly replace the HD SATA cable! [https://beetstech.com/blog/prevent-a1278-mid-2012-hard-drive-cable-failure|Your Hard Drive Cable Is A Ticking Time Bomb] placing a strip of electricians tape down on the upper case to help protect the cable. Also don’t fold the cable! Creasing damages it!

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