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Would it be beneficial to install adobe elements 11 (video editing) on a ssd? will it increase rendering or smoothness with using the program or anything at all?

I have bought a refurbished Corsair Force GT 60gb ssd and wondering wat i should do with it...
 
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Q9550 (E0) @ 4.2ghz (1.360) Gigabyte EP45-UD3P 7970 oc windforce, 6870CF, 4870CF an Eyefinity Corsair dominator4gb new GSkill 4gb @ oced 1158mhz 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Intel X25-V SSD&WD 640gb cav black, 750gb cav blk Windows 7 home premium 64bit Dell 23"LCD 2xBenQs 21.5"LED Eyefinity Razer Black Widow Mech. and Logitech illuminated 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corsair AX750w Gold before was Ocz gameXtream 850w Silverstone Raven 2 new NZXT Phantom (white) Logitech G 500 steelseries 
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"...I need to discuss some of the key issues for Photoshop scratch usage. It appears from my earlier tests with a script which requires nearly 15 GB of scratch to complete, that Photoshop relies mainly on writing 100+KB chunks of sequential data to the selected scratch disk, in at least some configurations....Unfortunately, small sequential reads and writes (4K to 128K) is the area of disk performance where even the best SSDs (Intel E drives) have the least performance advantage over standard hard drives, and for the smallest of those sizes they're actually slower in this particular benchmark result, at least. I have been able to get some confirmation from the blog of one of the Photoshop engineers that this size of data chunk (a little over 100 KB) is typical for Photoshop's scratch writing, and it seems likely that the chunks are written sequentially, requiring little seeking from a traditional hard drive, thus eliminating the larger of the two main speed benefits of SSDs over spinning disks — phenomenally fast seek/latency speed."

http://www.josephholmes.com/news-fastphotoshop.html
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