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So where (what everyday processes) can you feel the increased 4k read speed of the M4 compared to that of the GT?

The GT having higher read sequential speeds means it produces faster boot?
You'd need a rather large program to load to see the difference.

Most of the ssd out now, you wouldn't be able to tell the difference except for benchmarks.
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You do far more 4k reads/writes than sequential. Sequential are for bigger files and 4k are for smaller files which is way more common. The companies just advertise the sequential speeds more often since they are much faster 400 MB/s than 4k 30MB/s, but 4k are more important.
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You do far more 4k reads/writes than sequential. Sequential are for bigger files and 4k are for smaller files which is way more common. The companies just advertise the sequential speeds more often since they are much faster 400 MB/s than 4k 30MB/s, but 4k are more important.
So is it a wise decision to sell my Force GT and get the Crucial M4? Would I feel the difference? For boot startup, would I feel that the M4 is slower?
post #14 of 22
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For snapiness and less bootup time, which is best between M4, Intel 510, and Force GT?
post #15 of 22
This has been answered many times already. Crucial m4 will give the best experience!
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for the money, hard to beat a crucial. with their Firmware updates, they are proving to offer the best after-purchase support as well
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This has been answered many times already. Crucial m4 will give the best experience!
I want to know now which of the Windows processes are for random access and which are for sequential access?
post #18 of 22
The m4 should be faster than the Force. Stop freaking out and get the M4 unless you want to spend double that for a little bit of gain get the 510. That simple. The M4 is the best bang for your buck and probably the 2nd or 3rd fastest SSD.
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I want to know now which of the Windows processes are for random access and which are for sequential access?
Processes like copying a movie to/from an SSD involves sequential speeds. 99% of other processes are random speeds.
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Processes like copying a movie to/from an SSD involves sequential speeds. 99% of other processes are random speeds.
So sequential speeds should not be taken into consideration in looking for SSDs?
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