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So i am looking to maximize the potential of my acer aspire one d255 netbook. I want to install an sdd as my programs/os drive and setup an sd card to take my user files. I am asking 1) if this is a horrible idea 2) which components are best at the moment ( like a sdd with proper transfer rate if my netbook wont take 6gb/s) and needed capacity. And 3) if the same methods of ssd primary and hdd user setup and everything else from sean's ssd guide will work with sdd main and sdxc large sd card user drive.

2gb ram and win 7 ultimate are the only differences from normal on this model.

Personally this sounds like the best idea to keep writes low on a netbook ssd. Extra suggestions to improve the netbook are encouraged.

My goal is around 60-128 gb ssd and 64-128 gb sd card. Best value products plz.

I couldnt find any guides or articles on this idea from a primatice google search, so that is why i am asking.
post #2 of 4
I would say an SSD is a good idea look into a 128 SSD.

As far as an SD card goes , They are good for storage but read and write is lacking , i would maybe look into an external thumb.gif
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Yknow that would cut back on cost, and i do already have an external enclosure from my desktop ssd's package. But im worried that if i set it up to take all my user files something might go wrong if it comes unplugged. An sd card might be easier to keep constantly inserted to the built in port. Small file download times im not horribly worried about.
post #4 of 4
In terms of specifics for the SD Card , its gonna take a little research , Finding a unit with Good Constant Read and Write is a bit tricky , as why most dont use them , not saying its impossible.

I would try something like this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226326

In terms of the SSD , Thats the area i dont have alot of knowledge in for your netbook , the Dimension as well as the lifetime will matter if you intend to use it alot.
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