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The cost is less an issue for me rather than it just galls the livin' snot out of me to spend 50% or more for one drive than the machine cost me (yes, I am cheap and proud of it! tongue.gif ). Besides, SSDs are overkill for data storage unless one has one drive wonders like my little notebooks. I'm using only 305GB of the 500GB SSD in my newest notebook and don't plan on adding much more data. My desktop has only a cute little 128 GB SSD and it's only using 64GB of it (it would be different if I was a gamer: my idea of an intense game is XP Pinball); my data goes onto two 2TB and one 4 TB 7200rpm spinners.
     
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With a 500GB SSD in on my laptop and a 500GB going into my desktop I'll never really need 1TB of space on a single machine, definitely overkill for me.

I certainly wouldn't go back to a lowly HDD spinner though wink.gif
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Can I test yours for a couple of years, Xeb?

Because, you know, I think you're trying to trick me. I need to make sure for myself.
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If i would have bought a 1tb ssd i would have definitely regretted it. People saying this is the best upgrade you can get for you pc, and it's super fast and all that just way too much hype. I bought my 1st ssd which was an OCZ arc 100 240gb and it does do things a little bit faster but if i had bought it even on sale prices i would have been disappointed with the purchase.

I know the OCZ arc 100 is not the fastest ssd or the slowest but i doubt buying the fastest sata ssd out there would make much difference either. I remember people were all hyped on the intel x25m and those things are about 2X slower than what i have.

SSD worth it but at the right price. The OCZ i bought will be just $5 after rebates but to me only worth buying to about $35 for a 240gb.

For the current price of Samsung 850 Pro 1 TB $751.22 at amazon. i would rather upgrade to haswell-e.

(for those looking at my sig. i have upgraded the main components of my rig since then.)
Edited by speculate - 1/10/15 at 9:48am
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If i would have bought a 1tb ssd i would have definitely regretted it. People saying this is the best upgrade you can get for you pc, and it's super fast and all that just way too much hype. I bought my 1st ssd which was an OCZ arc 100 240gb and it does do things a little bit faster but if i had bought it even on sale prices i would have been disappointed with the purchase.



SSD worth it but at the right price. The OCZ i bought will be just $5 after rebates but to me only worth buying to about $35 for a 240gb.

For the current price of Samsung 850 Pro 1 TB $751.22 at amazon. i would rather upgrade to haswell-e.

(for those looking at my sig. i have upgraded the main components of my rig since then.)

I disagree, going from my 7200RPM 1TB Seagate to a bottom-barrel, 128GB OCZ Agility 4 on SATA II was like night and day. Boot times were cut in half at the very least, installs/uninstalls were much faster, programs launch faster, and there was less stuttering in most games I played.

Did you clone your install to the HDD, or did you do a fresh Windows install? If the change wasn't dramatic, something might've gone wrong.
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i'll stick with my 4 15000 rpm drives in raid 0 for games.

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i'll stick with my 4 15000 rpm drives in raid 0 for games.

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You should at least cache them with RAM to improve random I/O. I don't think Superfetch touches anything outside the Windows partition.
Edited by brucethemoose - 1/10/15 at 12:53pm
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SSD + HDD wins. That speed and reliability.
   
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I wish, just too expensive. I'll do with a 256GB SSD for now. When 1TB goes under $200, that's when I'll snap one up in an instant.
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You can disagree if you want. This is just my observations. Search around google other people have said similar things.

This was a fresh install. AHCI enabled on the 6gbs ports. On AS SSD showed sequential reads about 430 and wrtes about 415. Everything that you said is correct things are faster but i wouldn't say that everything was dramatic night and day difference but it was noticeable. Boottimes are 17 seconds from push of button to windows when i just boot from ssd and shutdowns were faster. I forgot how long it took when i was on my Samsung Spinpoint 1tb 7200.

Saying that people should hype the benefits of hyper threading more. I upgraded to i5 4690k and although faster it was also felt like i got jipped. Returned it and now using a i7 4770k and cpu utilizations are cut in half. With the i5 4690k i could push it to 100% utilization pretty easy with i7 4770k when i tried didn't even get near 100% utilzation. With the i7 i am barely using my computers potential which i like a lot.

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I disagree, going from my 7200RPM 1TB Seagate to a bottom-barrel, 128GB OCZ Agility 4 on SATA II was like night and day. Boot times were cut in half at the very least, installs/uninstalls were much faster, programs launch faster, and there was less stuttering in most games I played.

Did you clone your install to the HDD, or did you do a fresh Windows install? If the change wasn't dramatic, something might've gone wrong.

Edited by speculate - 1/11/15 at 7:16am
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