Mine's a 60 ..... it'll likely be replaced soonish with something around the 256 mark.....I need to get my FSX onto one....and it's probably just as sensible to make it the OS drive..... but then my FSX is probably over 100gig by now....
And then watch it fly! (pun intended)
Yeah.......drowning in bullshit isn't on my bucket list.
You could always keep both installed.... use the 256gb for the OS, most used apps and FSX, then use the 60 for your lesser used apps and games, etc. That's what I did, only I have 2 128gb's.
This is a Corsair GT connected to a plain jane Intel controller (SATA 3). I'll try it again later connected to a SATA 6 controller to see what difference it makes.
I'll probably chuck the 60 onto my laptop....give it a boost...
Well there you go.... waste not want not. Thing is, it'd make the lappy considerably zippier, so why not.
My 120 will no doubt end up in my lappy. I'll be wanting a bigger one for the main rig. Now, what do we do about the prefetch and superfetch?
Off or on?
Wow....the hick got one right!
One out of a million....congratulations dumbass.
Just checked my SSD again with 'SSDLife free'...
Been powered up for 2 years, 6 months and 2 days 12 hours....
Powered on 74 times....
Estimated TEC - May 28, 2020. [it's an OCZ Summit 64gig.]...
Can we get any compiled tips added to the op? I looked through the thread and found some links to tweak guides (from 2010), but I'm not sure if they are good or what. I have a nice setup, but I'd love to know I have everything configured well. Thanks to anyone posting tweak guides, suggestions, etc.
@pacov - As far as I know*, the tech behind SSD's hasn't changed enough to warrant any tips or tweaks that haven't already been discussed or linked to in this thread. The only ones that I can think of that are really necessary are enabling AHCI and making sure that TRIM is on. Beyond that, it's all personal preference. If you're on Win 7 then you should be pretty much good to go once those last two things are done.
*If anyone knows better then I'll happily stand corrected.
ty star - karma for you.
I thought you might like a platter to compare to. Western Digital Caviar Black 640GB
I pulled my SSD because it had a unrecoverable bootsector that I thought was due to a bad disk. Turns out uninstalling VMLite is what did it (repeated it's performance on a platter) So I'll be re-installing in a couple hours.
Next one looks like it'll be an OCZ Vertex 3 240gig.....looks like reasonable bang per buck...
Yah - love mine. Good stuff: http://forums.demigodthegame.com/423166/page/3/#72
Yup, that'll be my next one as well... my first SSD was a 120gig OCZ Vertex 2 and I like the brand.
thx alex - I'm sure we won't be seeing a spam post from you soon, bro.
Guess who wishes they waited on getting their drive?
Ah well, good news for you folks if this is still in stock...
heya, kind of unrelated
but has anyone tried moving their pagefile to a RAM drive? like ppl with more than 8gb since SINS can't use more than 4gb? if so what was the performance difference?
I ran sins on a 4.6ghz 2500k the other day and got 15fps late game. Considering either setting up a RAM drive or a 240gb SSD with the pagefile on it.
I think the best place for a pagefile will be the OS drive...on a SSD. Anything else should see a performance loss....
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