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October 30, 2010, 08:11 PM
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Then is a clean install haven't been done and you swaped component you have the key of the issue in 99% of the case. Also for the SSD, if you get a good one it can be quite a lot faster for thing like opening windows, opening game and reading info. But since they are small you still need a HDD. What are you mostly doing with the computer?
I don't play games at all - mostly digital photography editing. Occassionally, I have videos to edit too. The files are huge though. This is why, using an SSD drive will only hold the operating system, not my working files.
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