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post #161 of 1783
Originally Posted by Silvershot

I have one question though. After installing a lot of windows updates and rebooting, it once froze at the ''Welcome'' part but without displaying the Welcome message. Just a plain win 7 background... It didn't do that again though. Should I worry about it?

My SSDs so fast i dont even see the welcome screen! no joke either aha
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Originally Posted by Silvershot

I have one question though. After installing a lot of windows updates and rebooting, it once froze at the ''Welcome'' part but without displaying the Welcome message. Just a plain win 7 background... It didn't do that again though. Should I worry about it?

My SSDs so fast i dont even see the welcome screen! no joke either aha
I have to see my welcome screen. Silly passwords.
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I have to see my welcome screen. Silly passwords.
im too lazy to be bothered to put in a password, i press the power button walk off for a sec come back then boom! in windows

dont have to worry much about security, i hope
post #164 of 1783
I just ordered a 128 gb m4 lll from newegg. I think I will do a new install even though I just did a reinstall in my current ssd a moth ago when I went intel. I have had problems with uninstalling certain programs and deleting leftover files so I think fresh install is best way to go.

Should I make a seperate partition for OS and then one for programs and a few games ? Thanks
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love my m4 crucial!!! so glad I didn't go w/ a regular hdd

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& just bought and installed a 64Gb C300 for my second build

Call me a Crucial fanboy then
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i've been looking into buying the M4 64 + 128 drives
i'm still a little wary of SSDs cuz of the whole OCZ thing....but
how are these performing in the long run for you guys?
i would very much like to not have to keep doing windows clean installs ever other month cuz of SSD failure
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i've been looking into buying the M4 64 + 128 drives
i'm still a little wary of SSDs cuz of the whole OCZ thing....but
how are these performing in the long run for you guys?
i would very much like to not have to keep doing windows clean installs ever other month cuz of SSD failure
Crucial and Intel make the most reliable SSDs currently, though the Sanforce issues are more or less settled.
    
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Crucial and Intel make the most reliable SSDs currently, though the Sanforce issues are more or less settled.
yea that's what i've been hearing
but im not gunna risk it...my hours of research tell me Crucial is the best and their M4 model is the best of the best
so i guess it's time to unload ~$350 on SSDs
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Me to join plz
(2 x 64 GB M4's in RAID 0)
just did a countdown loading solidworks...which is under 5 seconds...
so so so happy with these things
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