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Hello, I dont care about space, its a 256gb SSD, but I care about how it will affect the ssd....I dont want that outlook save mails on the SSD, because it will be writing small files (but a LOT) all the time...im receiving mails all the time....so

1) Can I install outlook in the SSD but mail folder in the 2nd drive?
2) If I install outlook in the 2nd drive, I have to do something to make it save the emails in the 2nd drive or it will save it there by itself.

At the same time you can tell me about "that makes no sense, install ALL in the SSD"
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You covered it on your last sentence.biggrin.gif
 
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Uhhh, you got problems if your SSD can't handle emails. Maybe a game like Minecraft would fry your SSD, but emails?
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Uhhh, you got problems if your SSD can't handle emails. Maybe a game like Minecraft would fry your SSD, but emails?
haha its not that, its the first SSD I have and Ive read things like "this things doesnt last too much, just install OS on it"
that is why im asking xD maybe downloading (writing on the ssd) emails all the time is not good...that is why I asked
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You covered it on your last sentence.biggrin.gif
I think Im giving you too much REP in the last days xD
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haha its not that, its the first SSD I have and Ive read things like "this things doesnt last too much, just install OS on it"
that is why im asking xD maybe downloading (writing on the ssd) emails all the time is not good...that is why I asked

Well I had a Corsair Force 3 60GB SSD die out on me recently after about 1 year of usage. Not much you can do with a 60GB SSD if you have the OS on it. I think SSDs just die out cause of build quality rather than usage. These things are suppose to last like 8 years according to all those SSD life programs and some just crap out for no reason, which is way short of the "supposed" life span.

I'd just avoid certain programs that are known to be SSD killers and certain Window's features like Disk Defragmenter. What can you do if you like to actually enjoy the benefits of the speed and play WoW on an SSD?
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Uhhh, you got problems if your SSD can't handle emails. Maybe a game like Minecraft would fry your SSD, but emails?
haha its not that, its the first SSD I have and Ive read things like "this things doesnt last too much, just install OS on it"
that is why im asking xD maybe downloading (writing on the ssd) emails all the time is not good...that is why I asked
Don't worry about it, those people are dumb.
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You two are right, I should enjoy it more than worry smile.gif and those people should be dumb because Ive seen other people saying that they keep using their old SSD and their HD died first.-....so I think it deppends of each case
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Well I had a Corsair Force 3 60GB SSD die out on me recently after about 1 year of usage. Not much you can do with a 60GB SSD if you have the OS on it. I think SSDs just die out cause of build quality rather than usage. These things are suppose to last like 8 years according to all those SSD life programs and some just crap out for no reason, which is way short of the "supposed" life span.
I'd just avoid certain programs that are known to be SSD killers and certain Window's features like Disk Defragmenter. What can you do if you like to actually enjoy the benefits of the speed and play WoW on an SSD?

The most common cause of dead SSDs is controller failure and not because you've run out of P/E cycles on the NAND. This is why you'd want to go with SSDs with "reliable" controllers.

Seriously, writing small files is what SSDs excel at. I'd rather use up P/E cycles on the SSD and have the benefit of 20-100 MB/s random 4K writes rather than try to preserve SSD life as much as possible and have to deal with 0.5-2 MB/s random 4K writes on the HDD.
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SSDs can handle MUCH more write that people think. The limited write is a remnant of previous generations. With TRIM support and wear-leveling, you'll have many years before it craps out.
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