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almost no complain regarding sshd in seagate forum, which is a good factor.
post #102 of 106
lol why not just goo best of both....ssd and hdd in raid 0 using your sdd as a cache drive....get your self like a 64gb considering that you on a budget
post #103 of 106
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Originally Posted by KLEANupguy7 View Post

lol why not just goo best of both....ssd and hdd in raid 0 using your sdd as a cache drive....get your self like a 64gb considering that you on a budget


Made raid0 with a raptor sata 1 and a small ssd , it isn t so bad but never had real world experience only some benches that look strange smile.gif



The intel hd/ssd cache i find pretty good ,it is a real boost for the hd and takes away alot of random writes and reads for the hd .
post #104 of 106
this is an interesting question and I don't know the answer too
post #105 of 106
wow that's awesome Fred B,rates are quite decent,but wonder how a modern raptor and ssd would perform:thumb:
post #106 of 106
that right. you also mentioned startup and reboot times, and so yeah that's a benefit as well. thanks 10.gif
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