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post #21 of 24
back again...you could check your firmware. If it is on 1.5, you can upgrade to 1.6...maybe that will solve the problem?

http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...-1.6-FW-Update

the download link is in the first post. If you do this, be careful and follow the instructions to the letter after making a Drive Image (acronis backup or whatever you prefer). THIS WILL WIPE THE DRIVE. I would even print the directions out.

Then again, you could just live with it the way it is and not go through all the trouble of flashing.
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Originally Posted by SOCOM_HERO View Post
No you cannot move the pagefile to another drive, I tried and really didn't see a difference.
^ False. You can move your pagefile to another drive. There is a walkthough on OCN.net explaining how to do so, its not hard and highly recomended when using an SSD. Also, are you using Virtual Ram? if so, move that to another HDD, as both do alot of writting to disk.
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Originally Posted by AdmiralThrawn View Post
I think it's Rainmeter... This thread seems to suggest it is, but nobody on the thread actually explains how to rectify the issue.
Good chance that rainmeter is causing problems, I have seen a few people complain it causes degredation on SSD's.
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^ False. You can move your pagefile to another drive. There is a walkthough on OCN.net explaining how to do so, its not hard and highly recomended when using an SSD. Also, are you using Virtual Ram? if so, move that to another HDD, as both do alot of writting to disk.

Good chance that rainmeter is causing problems, I have seen a few people complain it causes degredation on SSD's.
Idk about the pagefile issue, sounds more like rainmeter is doing this if other have had the exact same issue. (When I moved my pagefile for some reason I kept getting low memory warnings in games and ram heavy applications...maybe I did it wrong. I'll go look for that guide and maybe retry myself)
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I don't think it's Rainmeter... Procmon shows almost no RM activity on the C: drive.

Hell of a lot of registry calls and read/writes, though. About 1000 every second.
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