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hi all

current setup:
Phenom 955 @ 3.9Ghz
Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3
Samsung Green 2x4gb VLP
HD 7770
primary: OCZ Agility 3 120gb
secondary: Samsung 320gb 7200.10

computer parts i will buy:
i7-4770k
Asrock Z87 Extreme4 matx
new 256 primary SSD
(use the ocz 120 for recording)

need: record games with fraps at 1080p 60fps

playback i have noticed:
recording 1080p 30fps to the same, primary sdd = smooth
recording 1080p 60fps to the same, primary sdd = less smooth
recording 1080p 60fps to the secondary hdd = horrible

i have tested my current OCZ drive, and as ssd benchmark says my seq write is 112mb/s ._.

seems rather slow... would this speed improve on sata III? also, is it fast enough for writing at 1080p 60fps, or will i need a faster drive to record to??

the primary ssd i was looking at getting is the Toshiba 256gb (19nm mlc nand)
post #2 of 6
Sata III helps when using SSD but you shouldn't feel that much of a difference.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sata-6gbps-performance-sata-3gbps,3110-3.html

Also 112Mb/s is quite low I don't know how much fraps writes a second but I highly doubt it is more then that.
For SSD I would look into the Crucial drives, price/performance wise they seem to be winning of course you have other options like Plextor and Samsung (non pro) drives.
Personally I wouldn't go with that brand since I never seen it recommend but that is just me.
Edited by Midgethulk - 6/21/13 at 7:42am
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i heard if u use ssd to write and rewrite to much on them it will lower the life of them.
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i heard if u use ssd to write and rewrite to much on them it will lower the life of them.

At 120GB of MLC NAND, it'll take 360TB of writes (conservative estimate) for you to run out of P/E cycles. That translates to around 10 years of writing 100GB/day to the drive. I really wouldn't worry about it.

@XenatR
I think a fresh 120GB SF-2281 with async NAND gets around 140-150MB/s in AS-SSD sequential writes so be sure to secure erase your Agility 3 before using as your FRAPS drive. Doubt it's necessary, though. I suspect the lack of smoothness in 1080p60 when recording to SSD is due to your quad-core Phenom rather than the SSD.
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ok guys.. actually capturing the 60fps video, whether to the sdd, or hdd, yields smooth as silk uncompressed video. but when compressing to 60fps wmv, its FAR choppier than 30... its as if the game is running at 10fps

is this a cpu problem??

*edit*

also, mp4 vs wmv.. wmv looks more like the original recording, whereas the mp4 codec adds a lot of contrast... how do i remove this.. it looks horrible
Edited by XenatR - 6/24/13 at 7:29pm
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well you could look at your cpu and gpu usages that will give you and us more information to look at.
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