Alright guys - just in case anyone was wondering - because no one really could back it up before hand - had a question about SSD vs HDD in terms of FPS.
JUST to be on the safe side - I decided to do benches on my Win7 setup - see below - taken from my thread:
Right I couldn't stand the "suspense" so had to test - please do not relate these tests to the ones in the OP.
They were done in exactly the same way - but I have a lot more running in the background (vegas editing program open) - browser playing music from my radio station etc.
However the TWO results below - were running in the same test environment.
Both are win7 64bit home edition - HT ON:
2014-04-10 01:11:47 - bf4
Frames: 13626 - Time: 117141ms - Avg: 116.321 - Min: 38 - Max: 202
2014-04-10 01:24:35 - bf4
Frames: 12921 - Time: 112571ms - Avg: 114.781 - Min: 40 - Max: 192
First result is on my SSD
I then removed the BF4 folder from my SSD and put it on my HDD.
Then started downloading BF4 - closed origin - migrated the BF4 folder into the HDD install location
Did a repair install to be safe and restarted origin.
PC was NOT restarted.
Launched BF4 on the HDD and did the same test. Bear in mind there might be deviation as I'm not a robot but human - however as you can see the results are extremely similar to each other.
Thus I can happily disprove that "theory" of SSD > HDD in terms of FPS.
Load times were significantly different (over 3mins difference).