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post #11 of 16
Like you said, its UP TO, so in ideal conditions youll reach that. ANd having 145mbs is VERY low, maybe no AHCI enabled or a bad firmware, because that seems slow

I put a SSD in my laptop due the 5min boot time, now its 20secs to desktop, ig ot a vertex 2 with 275/275 on Sata2, as my laptop only supports that.

The actual performance is: 220-240read and 100 write, which is nice imo.
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just ordered the Crucial M4 64gb. you guys will have a fun time guiding me on how to install it
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6GB/S is the max bandwidth of the SataIII cable, 475Mb/s on the SSD means its capable of internal transfers (within the same drive) and also allows you to have multiple tansfers between drives at the same speeds each reather than like most HDDs that allow one file @ 80mb then when you try 2 at once its cuts both transers in half to like 40 each...

i hope you can understand that a lil easier mate. GL

how do i take advantage of AHCI and is that what i want enables in the bios setting over IDE ??

not sure. thanks.
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post #14 of 16
You could always install your SSD and download and burn a linux rescue cd boot into that and use that to copy the windows files accross, i'm not sure if you can copy it like said in a previous post due to windows usings it's files.
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I just got my system but the OS is already installed (on the hdd). Can I just put all my files and everything on and then, after installing the ssd, just transfer all the files from the HDD to the SDD, including the OS and all the boot related files? is there like a program or something that can do that?? (im only getting my ssd next week )
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All you need to know is in this thread.
http://www.overclock.net/ssd/929553-...p-secrets.html

Also for M4 you need to do this.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/soli...es-thread.html
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