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page file performance inquiry

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so I heard that if you run dual page filing on seperate hdds that it gives a performance boost does anybody know if that is the case and also should I set them both to static amounts to prevent fragments
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Wouldn't even worry about it. if all you're doing and gaming and maybe some light encoding I doubt you'll ever use it with 4Gigs. Just leave it at it's default setting.
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