Windows 10: Why SSDs are obsolete

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  1.    02 Mar 2015 #61

    JDobbsy1987 said: View Post
    Don't think my place has heard of this, unless storing air counts lol
    Air, if compressed in bottles yes, I'm somewhat of a pack-rat so it's more than true at the house, workshop or HDDs.
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       02 Mar 2015 #62

    z3r010 said: View Post
    I used to use for storage but the lag waiting for them to spin up after being parked drove me nuts.
    That is very true, i do have to wait 5 seconds for it to wake up, i could stop them from hibernating but not sure how good that would be on the HDD's
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  3.    02 Mar 2015 #63

    JDobbsy1987 said: View Post
    That is very true, i do have to wait 5 seconds for it to wake up, i could stop them from hibernating but not sure how good that would be on the HDD's
    If they are nice and cool, being accessed often than they are better of left running.
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       02 Mar 2015 #64

    They are ECO drives (5400rpm) but not in use too often
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  5.    02 Mar 2015 #65

    JDobbsy1987 said: View Post
    They are ECO drives (5400rpm) but not in use too often
    Some of those have their own power saving features so you may not have a say anyway.
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  6.    02 Mar 2015 #66

    Hi there

    Having storage modules bolted into the MOBO is IMO not a good idea -- means if the storage device FAILS you have to chuck the whole machine away (and there's enough junk littering the planet these days --we need to use resources much more environmentally).

    Also you might want to try out different OS'es, move data between machines or even REMOVE the device altogether for security.

    "Flashing" Rom's is not for the faint hearted either. Fixed storage might superficially have attractions but it's not very practicable and I'm sure will only be used in things that have a built in OS or "embedded OS" say like POS gear in Supermarkets etc). But again these types of applications don't need mega fast storage anyway -- It's no good if the Supermarket till gives you your total bill in 0.1 NANOSECS if it STILL takes you several minutes to bag up your purchases and load them into the trolley to take them away.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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       02 Mar 2015 #67

    CountMike said: View Post
    Some of those have their own power saving features so you may not have a say anyway.
    I see, cheers.

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there

    Having storage modules bolted into the MOBO is IMO not a good idea -- means if the storage device FAILS you have to chuck the whole machine away (and there's enough junk littering the planet these days --we need to use resources much more environmentally).

    Also you might want to try out different OS'es, move data between machines or even REMOVE the device altogether for security.

    "Flashing" Rom's is not for the faint hearted either. Fixed storage might superficially have attractions but it's not very practicable and I'm sure will only be used in things that have a built in OS or "embedded OS" say like POS gear in Supermarkets etc). But again these types of applications don't need mega fast storage anyway -- It's no good if the Supermarket till gives you your total bill in 0.1 NANOSECS if it STILL takes you several minutes to bag up your purchases and load them into the trolley to take them away.

    Cheers
    jimbo

    Was that in reply to a specific post?
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  8.    02 Mar 2015 #68

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there

    Having storage modules bolted into the MOBO is IMO not a good idea -- means if the storage device FAILS you have to chuck the whole machine away (and there's enough junk littering the planet these days --we need to use resources much more environmentally).

    Also you might want to try out different OS'es, move data between machines or even REMOVE the device altogether for security.

    "Flashing" Rom's is not for the faint hearted either. Fixed storage might superficially have attractions but it's not very practicable and I'm sure will only be used in things that have a built in OS or "embedded OS" say like POS gear in Supermarkets etc). But again these types of applications don't need mega fast storage anyway -- It's no good if the Supermarket till gives you your total bill in 0.1 NANOSECS if it STILL takes you several minutes to bag up your purchases and load them into the trolley to take them away.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Yeah, and they take your money anyway.
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  9. Posts : 4,351
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       02 Mar 2015 #69

    z3r010 said: View Post
    Anything less that 500GB is a waste of space, they fill far too quickly for me.

    For your purpose John, speed is really of utmost importance. I would do the same. For most of us who are just regular users and testers, it's a different story.
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       02 Mar 2015 #70

    CountMike said: View Post
    360GB HDD I'm using now is just too slow for that, by the time it boots I forget which OS I installed on it, it's sooooo slow.
    On that note you'll be able to relate to a larger ssd and it should read allot faster whether it's for just personal files or both os...,
    Most of the issue is price so if anyone can get past that I don't see any advantage now days for using hdd's for anything 5200 or 7200 ssd's are better and create less heat,
    Brands well that is a toss up
    I like crucial but most people like Samsung's.
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