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short stroked c and d partition where pagefile?

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I have a short stroked raptor 450gb which partition is the best location for pagefile? os c /:
or d/: data
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Personally i'd keep the page file on the same logical drive since it wouldn't have to move data back and forth. Remember reading up something on the forums something aout that but I don't quite remember where.
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Dual L5630 72GB DDR3 RECC 120GB VERTEX 4 + 6TB RAID5 ESXi 6.0 U2 
Other
Dell PowedgeR710  
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
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Originally Posted by linkinparkfan007 View Post
Personally i'd keep the page file on the same logical drive since it wouldn't have to move data back and forth. Remember reading up something on the forums something aout that but I don't quite remember where.
all the replies say drive c and set a static swapfile
thanks for taking the time to reply
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