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Poll Results: How Often do you update your firmware

 
  • 56% (31)
    Every time a new firmware is released
  • 36% (20)
    Only when there is a problem
  • 7% (4)
    Never
55 Total Votes  
post #401 of 408
Check again smile.gif Nice thing about spacesniffer is that you can right-click the folder name and open it with windows explorer.
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Kingston V+200 240GB Crucial MX200 1TB Patriot Blast 240GB LG Internal BD-ROM optical drive 
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Originally Posted by bogdankr View Post

Check again smile.gif Nice thing about spacesniffer is that you can right-click the folder name and open it with windows explorer.

Thanks. I did and found a folder I couldn't find before! Got rid of 5GB wasted space!
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post #403 of 408
I recently acquired the Intel 750 1.2TB version and did a little performance review.

https://theeditbench.com/2016/05/24/on-the-bench-intel-750-pcie-ssd-1-2tb/

Here, a pic of it sitting next to my Strix 980 ti OC:

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post #404 of 408
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Originally Posted by RepCom1207 View Post

I'm running an Intel SSD 520 Series 60GB as boot drive for Windows 7 Home edition.

This is a replacement boot drive after the OCZ SSD I used to build the computer in 2011 crashed after little under a year's life. (the information I researched at the time suggested the crash was due to me setting the computer to sleep; Since then I thought I read that newer SSD's do not have this weakness but I've never put my computer to sleep since then...)

At some point last year I noticed I was down to only MB of free space. Turned out this was a combination of copies of Nvidia installation files & the system image of some new memory I'd recently added. Deleting the Nvidia files & clearing my SSD of practically everything else left me with 5 GB free space. However it's been steadily decreasing as little updates here and there add up.
I'm at a loss as to where the rest of the space went. Steam, Origin, Uplay are all on my 1TB drive & my photos and video are all on my 750GB drive. My SSD "pictures, downloads, etc" folders are empty. The space is on drive C somewhere, I just don't know how to figure it out.

Could be system restore points. Check if there are any and delete old ones.

Also, check your appdata folder, Even programs installed on other drives can use space there.
post #405 of 408
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Originally Posted by TobsenHB View Post

I recently acquired the Intel 750 1.2TB version and did a little performance review.

https://theeditbench.com/2016/05/24/on-the-bench-intel-750-pcie-ssd-1-2tb/

Here, a pic of it sitting next to my Strix 980 ti OC:


I keep telling myself everytime I see the 400gb on sale for around 200ish to snag one up but I never bite the bullet.
post #406 of 408
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Originally Posted by Bryst View Post

I keep telling myself everytime I see the 400gb on sale for around 200ish to snag one up but I never bite the bullet.

Need to get it you will be so Pleased with it.
post #407 of 408
Hey fellas. I recently got "old 910", Intel 910 800GB SSD, snatched one for 240€. Brand new replacement from warranty, over 3 year still left. Quite a deal IMO.

Anyhow. I can't get showing any temperatures in HWmonitor or corsair link. ANy ideas? It's all good and set up for single 800GB striped drive, but HWmonitor and such just can't seem to notice it. Ideas?

Pic for proof : >

post #408 of 408
I don't think you can.
But maybe if you ask the authors.
Intel has a program for it so it should be possible to reverse engineer...
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