Originally Posted by Rezard
So, you'd be putting them in RAID to keep them identical?
Or just manually keeping two OSs updated and such..?
I recently had to reinstall Windows after it seemed to corrupt somewhere from a failed OC. I can see sense in having a separate OS made just for "playing".
Just manually switching the Primary SSD to the Mirror copy when I want to play OC.
That's what I'm worried about, been overclocking and testing to get a stable overclock which there will be a bunch of BSOD's.
Originally Posted by Kiros
That is the safest way.
I lost everything on my primary SSD when I was trying to figure out if my overclocking was unstable. Next thing I knew my OS was corrupt.
It wasn't anything important but I had to reinstall drivers and software which was time consuming. Only to find out my Mushkin SSD finally died on me.
I just re-installed my OS for the first time. Yes, I agree it does take time. Also trying to remember what programs you use. My laptop just died, was an old Dell 1505 which I had an SSD installed. Now I can use that SSD to Overclock with.
Okay thanks guys for chiming in REP+, Just want to make sure it made sense.Edited by WiLd FyeR - 7/28/13 at 11:57pm