Windows 10: Why SSDs are obsolete

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  1. Posts : 4,333
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       02 Mar 2015 #71

    CountMike said: View Post
    Must be nice being rich .....or to have good credit rating.

    I'm just saying. I am not gonna get 1TBs. Haha.
    Probably 10 120TBs. And I am halfway there...
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  2.    02 Mar 2015 #72

    ThrashZone said: View Post
    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.
    I was thinking this one: Crucial.com - Crucial MX200 SSD product information it's a bit more expensive than Kingston but cheaper than 850EVO.
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  3. Posts : 1,511
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       02 Mar 2015 #73

    badrobot said: View Post
    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.
    Very true,
    Although testing everything on an ssd might cloud real life for others but is a good test none the less,
    Real world not allot of machine come with ssd's so they would experience a different performance result,
    For 10tp I started out on an ssd and never had any issues,

    Once I switched to a hdd it got bricked,
    So possibly a ssd would be best but hdd's are disposable they're so cheap
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       02 Mar 2015 #74

    CountMike said: View Post
    I was thinking this one: Crucial.com - Crucial MX200 SSD product information it's a bit more expensive than Kingston but cheaper than 850EVO.

    If you have a SATA3 system or planning to upgrade soon that's really a nice specs. With SATA2 mobo, you will barely reach 300MB/s.
    Good choice there.
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       02 Mar 2015 #75
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  6.    02 Mar 2015 #76

    badrobot said: View Post
    If you have a SATA3 system or planning to upgrade soon that's really a nice specs. With SATA2 mobo, you will barely reach 300MB/s.
    Good choice there.
    Yes, it's SATA 3 (600) on 6 channels, SATA2 on 4 and eSATA on 4. This MB is full of stuff, even PATA. Floppy, 2xCOM and 1 printer port, that's why I'm hanging to it and not going for FX8xxx. 7.1 sound, firewire, USB2 and 3, everything but SCSI of which I have a bunch but are small. 7.4 GB. You ask for it, this MB has it (well almost). Even if I change platform, I will keep it as a workhorse.
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       02 Mar 2015 #77

    Thanks for the reminded I just got this one
    http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-MX100-...9ZCZN8HX1JXFJX
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  8.    02 Mar 2015 #78

    JDobbsy1987 said: View Post
    I see, cheers.




    Was that in reply to a specific post?

    Hi there

    Yes - about the possible idea of using new technology FIXED storage -- i.e the storage is fixed to the MOBO rather like the chipset is today.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  9.    02 Mar 2015 #79

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there

    Yes - about the possible idea of using new technology FIXED storage -- i.e the storage is fixed to the MOBO rather like the chipset is today.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    That's already done in small devices like phones etc. VLSI printed straight on the board.
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  10. Posts : 713
    Windows 10 Build 14267
       02 Mar 2015 #80

    badrobot said: View Post
    512 is a waste. You only need 120GB. You don't really wanna mix your OS/programs and data. Put data on spinners. It's a lot easier and faster to fix a PC when data is separate. Image takes only 5 mins to complete, and a decision to clean install isn't hard to make.

    I have a 240gb that I switched with 120gb. I am using the 240gb as a test drive now.
    I'm planning a triple-boot system with Win8.1, Win10 and Ubuntu 14.10; moreover I intend to install all my production/scientific softwares and dozens of games on Windows 10 RTM. So it won't be a waste anyway... My work data and personal files will be kept in my big spinners, of course.

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