got any links for local stores...because if i remeber correctly INR is 'Indian Rupee' and if so....8500 is what....130 USD? Thats not much even here in North America....and could be a LOT less across the pond so to speak
Samsung 840 Pro 128GB or Corsair Neutron GTX 120. Not the standard 840 or the standard Neutron series in that list...but the PRO and the GTX models. Spend the extra couple bucks on them. They are worth it. No guarantees in life...but they are some of the best consumer grade SSDs you can find.
IF the 8500INR is a hard limit....probably the Corsair Force GS / SanDisk Extreme (basically same drive just dif label on the front). Its good kit too. Just older and a bit slower.
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