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I had ssd and hhd over the uears and if you follow ms guide for microsd for their wp manfo and apply these requirement to ssd it can be nice.but with tje article i suplied and ibm platter techno and water cooling i amm sad to say nothing can compete go read it.cache on proc obsolete.ram obsolete.vram on gpu obslete all those can be replaced with inexpensive heated hhd that will have the hobbit capacity (48 hertz instead of d
today 24 . 5000 resolution in 3d.and it is techno that will save hhd industry even if it doesnt sell here china and all will get it within 12 month max.possibly just in time for the hobbit media release date(3 .onth after the cinema date)so any making processor .gpu cache etc better start to plan with this cause i bet arm is already hard at work making these avail within 18 month
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I had ssd and hhd over the uears and if you follow ms guide for microsd for their wp manfo and apply these requirement to ssd it can be nice.but with tje article i suplied and ibm platter techno and water cooling i amm sad to say nothing can compete go read it.cache on proc obsolete.ram obsolete.vram on gpu obslete all those can be replaced with inexpensive heated hhd that will have the hobbit capacity (48 hertz instead of d
today 24 . 5000 resolution in 3d.and it is techno that will save hhd industry even if it doesnt sell here china and all will get it within 12 month max.possibly just in time for the hobbit media release date(3 .onth after the cinema date)so any making processor .gpu cache etc better start to plan with this cause i bet arm is already hard at work making these avail within 18 month

wow that was hard to read!!!
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I'd beg to differ on one point, I'd rather have reliability (this is majorly critical and few can argue that) & longevity over performance..

 

Just saying..


By the time an SSD dies from the issues highlighted, you'll have gone through multiple HDDs anyway...
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I had ssd and hhd over the uears and if you follow ms guide for microsd for their wp manfo and apply these requirement to ssd it can be nice.but with tje article i suplied and ibm platter techno and water cooling i amm sad to say nothing can compete go read it.cache on proc obsolete.ram obsolete.vram on gpu obslete all those can be replaced with inexpensive heated hhd that will have the hobbit capacity (48 hertz instead of d
today 24 . 5000 resolution in 3d.and it is techno that will save hhd industry even if it doesnt sell here china and all will get it within 12 month max.possibly just in time for the hobbit media release date(3 .onth after the cinema date)so any making processor .gpu cache etc better start to plan with this cause i bet arm is already hard at work making these avail within 18 month

Heated HDDs are more for increased sequential speed and size, just like glass platters...HDDs will never come close to SSDs for latency.
    
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I had ssd and hhd over the uears and if you follow ms guide for microsd for their wp manfo and apply these requirement to ssd it can be nice.but with tje article i suplied and ibm platter techno and water cooling i amm sad to say nothing can compete go read it.cache on proc obsolete.ram obsolete.vram on gpu obslete all those can be replaced with inexpensive heated hhd that will have the hobbit capacity (48 hertz instead of d
today 24 . 5000 resolution in 3d.and it is techno that will save hhd industry even if it doesnt sell here china and all will get it within 12 month max.possibly just in time for the hobbit media release date(3 .onth after the cinema date)so any making processor .gpu cache etc better start to plan with this cause i bet arm is already hard at work making these avail within 18 month

the application of heat to any metal will, over time, effect its structure. i see physical reliability issues with this method due to constant heating and cooling of individual portions of the platters.

also, these would still require a spinning platter...so random read/write would not see the boost that sequential would, meaning ssd's are still superior for everyday tasks, which benefit from high random read speeds.
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