|Actually, there are couple of ways to lengthen the life expectancy of the flash chips soldered on SSD boards. 1. Reassign pagefile to a hard drive. 2. Cool it as much as possible (write cycle is usually affected by junction temperature as mentioned in several flash IC datasheet). 3. Get a DRAM SSD for pagefile, as well (pointing to #1, although more expensive but relevant). 4. Buy a larger bank of RAMs and be careful about how much programs you open (not everyone cares, BTW).|
1.) pagefile access is practically MADE for SSD. 1 write per 40 reads. Intel and microsoft both recommend leaving the page file on the SSD. i do not use pagefile, but that is another matter entirely.
2.) SSDs generate negligible heat, this is a huge selling point of them. they have no moving parts. this is the most ridiculous statement ive read on SSDs in a very long time.
3.) ridiculous and redundant. leave pagefile on SSD
4.) this is totally unnecessary and makes absolutely no sense.
i cant help but think that dr. mario is just joking around, these statements are so ridiculously off-base. hilarious