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I'm amazed that someone is arguing AGAINST an SSD. Forget the charts and graphs and load times, it is the personal experience that matters and I can tell you in 30+ years an SSD was the biggest performance gain I ever did. Working on a PC using a HDD is like scraping fingernails on a chalk board!

Agreed.
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Honestly it baffles me how every single ssd review ever has more synthetic tests than actual (and maaaayyyybe) concrete applications tests, dont expect any 'realistic' ones among them also ("hey look every day i backup my 70GB pron folder while i order a scan from 5 different antiviruses, and i launch all my programs at the same time lol").
That's why i asked for concrete comparison test scenarios like program launch.
Do i need to understand the most use a SSD have is to grow your e-peen ? is then in-out per second (iops) what i think it measures ?
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/10/16 at 9:32am
 
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Honestly it baffles me how every single ssd review ever has more synthetic tests than actual (and maaaayyyybe) concrete applications tests, dont expect any 'realistic' ones among them also ("hey look every day i backup my 70GB pron folder while i order a scan from 5 different antiviruses, and i launch all my programs at the same time lol").
That's why i asked for concrete comparison test scenarios like program launch.
Do i need to understand the most use a SSD have is to grow your e-peen, is then in-out per second what i think it measures ?
Do you work for seagate by any chance? Try exporting out a few thousand images onto a hard drive you'll definitely enjoy sitting there for hours. You can't even judge the technology, you've never even used it. You don't even have a 7200RPM drive, all those nice parts and you have a 5400RPM drive, just pathetic.
Edited by jach11 - 2/10/16 at 9:59am
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Honestly it baffles me how every single ssd review ever has more synthetic tests than actual (and maaaayyyybe) concrete applications tests, dont expect any 'realistic' ones among them also ("hey look every day i backup my 70GB pron folder while i order a scan from 5 different antiviruses, and i launch all my programs at the same time lol").
That's why i asked for concrete comparison test scenarios like program launch.
Do i need to understand the most use a SSD have is to grow your e-peen ? is then in-out per second (iops) what i think it measures ?

Old, but,

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/feature/storage/what-difference-will-ssd-make-my-laptop-3426605/




Outside of that I suggest doing your own research. SSD's improve every function on your PC. They'll also lessen the impact of load spot fps drops in large open world games.
Edited by Chargeit - 2/10/16 at 10:46am
     
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Do you work for seagate by any chance? Try exporting out a few thousand images onto a hard drive you'll definitely enjoy sitting there for hours. You can't even judge the technology, you've never even used it. You don't even have a 7200RPM drive, all those nice parts and you have a 5400RPM drive, just pathetic.
yes, i dont know about other scenarios but i obviously know file transfer is obvisoulsy better, sayings still not program-related and useless for OP (storage)
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You don't even have a 7200RPM drive, all those nice parts and you have a 5400RPM drive, just pathetic.
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Old, but,
Thats the problem, the majority of ssd 'miracle stories' and concrete 'obsceleter of hdd' type tests i learned about referred to lots of years ago, should you know that in the mean time the HDD technologies have also made a HUGE step forward in terms of speed, reducing the gap between 5400 and 7200 models to a few tenths mb/s.
This progress is not usually mentionned oe noticed in such 'storage showdows' as HDD models are only reviewed again simply for 'milestone' storage capacities, rendering the comparison with similar capacity revisions impossible due to the storage density speed increase phenomenom.
I should finish with pointing out the review you provided is a test against a laptop, hence smaller format HDD which comes with a reduction of performances, one does not simply shrink technology without losing something.
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They'll also less the impact of load spot fps drops in large open world games.
Pls proof
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/10/16 at 10:57am
 
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Look, there's times to look for proof, and times to accept crap for what it is. Being critical is one thing, being obtuse is another.

Buy an ssd, benchmark whatever, and report back to us with personal experience.
     
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I might do that but it also looks like to me that you are buyin them simply you were told to, no such questions asked.
I dunno man, i didnt buy one because i didnt know the answers either when i built my PC.
Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/10/16 at 11:03am
 
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Think we got ourselves and argueer' who just likes to argue lol
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I might do that but it also seems to me that you are buyin them simply you were told to, no such questions i asked.
I dunno man, i didnt buy one because i didnt know the answers either when i built my PC.
It seems that you're new to all of this, maybe you should be educating yourself before trying to educate others.
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maybe you should be educating yourself before trying to educate others.
k done, 2 fast 4 u lol Warning: wut! (Click to show)
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Please enlighten me, i never tested any
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No that's why i ask. Where can i see sizeable differences beside boot and first program launch ?
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by everything do you also mean folders, files...etc (yes also programs i know)?
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hmm, could someone compare the opening load times (both 'cold' and 'hot') of some programs so maybe i see what you are trying to explain to me ?
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That's why i asked for concrete comparison test scenarios like program launch
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Wow, such ask, very questions, much try understand

Edited by MadjinnSayan - 2/10/16 at 11:16am
 
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