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Link to download: http://www.greatis.com/bootracer_free.zip
List hard drive setup...

1x WD 320GB Scorpio Black:


Edited by jlells01 - 10/4/11 at 4:31pm
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The SSD users are gonna win
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Originally Posted by pteek View Post
The SSD users are gonna win
Then maybe it's time to invest in a SSD..

But then again, they aren't for everyone, but they are nice to have!
 
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The SSD users are gonna win
I didn't know it was a competition...

Look at it this way; I'm at 21 seconds "time to desktop" running a $50, 7200rpm notebook drive. Given there's only one HD slot on the machine, if I were to upgrade to a similiarly sized SSD, it'd cost $439 (from Crucial right now).

Is spending around 740% more worth whatever gain I'd see?

The beauty of benchmarks vs. performance hyperbole...
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