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Paging file on a SSD isn't that bad...

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/e7/archive/2009/05/05/support-and-q-a-for-solid-state-drives-and.aspx

agreed, i left mine on there becuse of that article..
post #12 of 15
Although it is accessed a ton on smaller memory systems, there isn't a better place for a pagefile than an SSD... other than a RAMDisk.

I haven't seen any proof of damage caused by Defragging, BUT, its not necessary as I believe SSDs have access to all the data at the same time and same speed. Something a spinning disc is just not physically capable of.

Many places recommend disabling it on that notion all together, but I just don't see the point of all the unnecessary read, copies, & writes, so disabling that makes common sense to me.
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As far as any performance drops goes... is there a noticeable difference when we're talking about general use and not benchmarking? I would assume the various files on the SSD would still be extremely quick to access and read, even with degradation.
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As far as any performance drops goes... is there a noticeable difference when we're talking about general use and not benchmarking? I would assume the various files on the SSD would still be extremely quick to access and read, even with degradation.


The degradation can be VERY noticable. On older drives, the latency caused by the read-modify-write process could lock the drive up for a few seconds.
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The degradation can be VERY noticable. On older drives, the latency caused by the read-modify-write process could lock the drive up for a few seconds.

Wow, that's a wake-up call. Is going through the OCZ-recommended diskpart/sanitary erase/freespacecleaner method bad? I haven't formatted since the beginning of last summer; I'm itching to do a clean install again, probably this summer.
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