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It depends on how much space you have. Large files don't load all that much faster (think game levels) from a ssd but apps launch almost instantly. Does that means it's a waste to put games on your SSD? Not at all. Just remember that when a SSD reaches a certain fill point performance usually degrades.

I would say yes to your question, while taking those points into consideration.
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It depends on how much space you have. Large files don't load all that much faster (think game levels) from a ssd but apps launch almost instantly. Does that means it's a waste to put games on your SSD? Not at all. Just remember that when a SSD reaches a certain fill point performance usually degrades.
SSD still loads games,levels, and zoning faster than mechanical.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/gskill...b-ssd-review/9
http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...px?i=3403&p=14
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I see you quoted me. I know this...do you think I said something contrary? Because that wasn't my intention.
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It's fast and has no moving parts (no noise)
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post #16 of 34

Speed

Your computer will feel like this


I also heard when you buy an SSD, they are coming with 5 point safety harnesses and special desk chairs.
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I see you quoted me. I know this...do you think I said something contrary? Because that wasn't my intention.
"I replied to your post because you said that large files didn't load much faster(think game levels)." If you weren't implying that game load times aren't much faster, then what did you mean? Anyways, I was just showing a few links giving game load times. Some games load much faster and some are nearly identical to mechanical drives, but none are slower. I wish I had an SSD back when I played EQ2. Fast zoning was such an advantage!
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I'm so spoiled with the speed of my SSD.
Everytime I load something from my mechanical hard drive, I take a break, make a sandwich, and come back and its still loading.
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whats the smallest you could have for just os? Then one for games programs and raptors for storage lol
    
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They gotta start putting these things in Laptops now if they havent yet! They seem awesome.
they do
    
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