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My 120GB Samsung 840 just came in the mail today! Got it from Amazon for $95 and free shipping, dang good deal IMO. Too bad the laptop its meant for won't be here for a week or two!

Anyways, what kind of stuff should and shouldn't I put on the SSD? What other "need-to-knows" are there for SSDs?

EDIT: Another question, can I install Windows on it using my desktop and then put it in my laptop no problem?
    
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I recommend using Sean's Windows 7 Install / Optimization Guide being it's your first go-round with an SSD. Will definitely help you get rolling and to get the most out of your SSD.

He also has one for Windows 8 if you don't plan on using 7.

As per installing via desktop then switching to a laptop I don't see why you couldn't do so as long as you don't install any drivers or anything. However, I'm not 100% sure on that.

Edit : Also, I would keep some free space. I've noticed on my SSD's that once I get about 20-35GB Free out of 256GB it kinda starts to bog down a bit.
 
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Edit : Also, I would keep some free space. I've noticed on my SSD's that once I get about 20-35GB Free out of 256GB it kinda starts to bog down a bit.

I barely have enough data on my current VelociRaptor to fill up the SSD, subtract music, movies, and games and I'm well under. But I heard that its wise to be picky about what you put on because they have a shelf life on writing...?
    
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I barely have enough data on my current VelociRaptor to fill up the SSD, subtract music, movies, and games and I'm well under. But I heard that its wise to be picky about what you put on because they have a shelf life on writing...?

Yes but the shelf life is about a Petabyte. Theres a thread around here posted about it. Something like 27 years of 10gb a day.
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I wouldn't try to install windows on the drive from your desktop, I would definitely install windows on it when its in the machine its meant for. drivers will always be different and if you get a way diff motherboard and chip in your desktop vs your laptop's hardware the chipsets probably wont even be close to compatible. if your gonna install windows just wait until the laptop its meant for shows up.
 
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I've heard that for all SSD's, never ever defragment it. Don't know why, but the defragment tool was just never meant for SSD's, and it could really mess 'em up.
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I've heard that for all SSD's, never ever defragment it. Don't know why, but the defragment tool was just never meant for SSD's, and it could really mess 'em up.

Defragmentation is not only unnecessary for SSDs, it actually adds more harm than good. The process of defragmentation will cause undesirable re-writing of data to the SSD, which adds to the total write count and wears down the flash memory in the SSD. There's no purpose for defragmenting in the first place, as an SSD is by it's nature a fully random accessible memory device. You can read 1000 randomly placed file fragments with the same speed and precision as you can 1000 sequential fragments.

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I've heard that for all SSD's, never ever defragment it. Don't know why, but the defragment tool was just never meant for SSD's, and it could really mess 'em up.

Defragmenting takes the data physically on an HDD and moves them into closer together for lower latency. An SSD has a speed of light delay when finding data and a finite number of writes, so defragging one is just unnecessary at best and fatal at worst.
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I barely have enough space on my 120GB Sandisk SSD, with my OS, games and applications. Put your key programs and things you use everyday on your SSD. Put large files like backups on your secondary hard drive. I only have about 20GB left on my SSD with most of my games on it. Put the games you don't play so often on the hard drive and save the SSD space for your favourites. 120GB is pretty much the bare minimum for most people assuming they have their OS, games and main applications. 240GB or maybe 256GB would be a really nice sweet spot. If you have space you don't need to use on your SSD you can also dedicate some of it's space to SSD caching, which you can use to speed up the hard drive.
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I barely have enough space on my 120GB Sandisk SSD, with my OS, games and applications. Put your key programs and things you use everyday on your SSD. Put large files like backups on your secondary hard drive. I only have about 20GB left on my SSD with most of my games on it. Put the games you don't play so often on the hard drive and save the SSD space for your favourites. 120GB is pretty much the bare minimum for most people assuming they have their OS, games and main applications. 240GB or maybe 256GB would be a really nice sweet spot. If you have space you don't need to use on your SSD you can also dedicate some of it's space to SSD caching, which you can use to speed up the hard drive.
I just picked up a 2nd 120GB. That's one way to get some breathing room with a lot of big games. The game juggling between SSD and HDD was tedious.
Just using the mechanical drive mostly for backup now.
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