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Old July 29, 2010, 11:47 AM
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I looked at a couple of Intel's SSD's, but the 40GB models are a bit more than the $110 OCZ drive, while seemingly a bit slower. Maybe I'm doing it wrong, though.
I'm planning to load Windows 7 and several games onto the SSD, and I think some applications (Browser, MSN) and I was wondering if I can get iTunes on to the SSD without storing the music on the SSD (I prefer to let iTunes organize it for an easy reinstall).
I want to get iTunes on the SSD so I can start it up quickly at will, but I don't want to store my music there because I have a lot. Will iTunes still load up quickly, or will the music being on a different drive hold iTunes back?
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