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Old August 17, 2010, 01:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Zero82z View Post
I personally have noticed absolutely no difference in load times between running games off my SSD and my normal HD. There may be a few seconds here and there, but it's nothing significant. The main benefit of SSDs is in random access time, and even then, aside from improved boot times, I haven't seen any real benefits from that.
So would it be ideal to just install Win7 on the SSD, and then from then on put absolutely NOTHING at all on the SSD and everything on my 2x 500gb drives?
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