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Yes you can clone a existing Windows install to a SSD. there's is a explanation of it in the SSD sticky.
As the poster above said. Your raid controller initializing could possibly slowing your boot time. Plus as said above repeated tests of a SSD will result in a lesser score over and over.
Again read the SSD stickies. They will more than explain a lot of questions you have about your current setup.
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Yes you can clone a existing Windows install to a SSD. there's is a explanation of it in the SSD sticky.
As the poster above said. Your raid controller initializing could possibly slowing your boot time. Plus as said above repeated tests of a SSD will result in a lesser score over and over.
Again read the SSD stickies. They will more than explain a lot of questions you have about your current setup.
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus

I didnt state that you couldnt clone onto the ssd. There is just a certain process you have to follow in order for it to correctly utilize the ssd in the way of which it was desgined
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