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Well yes any good SDD will be a huge upgrade. But you're going to have trouble finding an SSD with reads in the 300s on your budget. The SSDs I mentioned read in the 200s.
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT look the specs
... are they lieing ?
    
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT look the specs
... are they lieing ?
First off, the specs don't say 300. It says 285 maximum. And maximum is the key word. You're not going to see that in real life performance. Btw that SSD uses the same sandforce controller as the Vertex 2 (pretty sure, someone correct me if I'm wrong).
     
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The important note about an SSD are the .1ms access times, which is magnitudes better than any hard drive combination. Those high read and write speeds won't even be noticed in day to day use, but the access times will make everything feel snappier. As a member on OCN once said, the computer will be waiting for you, not the other way around.
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First off, the specs don't say 300. It says 285 maximum. And maximum is the key word. You're not going to see that in real life performance. Btw that SSD uses the same sandforce controller as the Vertex 2 (pretty sure, someone correct me if I'm wrong).
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The important note about an SSD are the .1ms access times, which is magnitudes better than any hard drive combination. Those high read and write speeds won't even be noticed in day to day use, but the access times will make everything feel snappier. As a member on OCN once said, the computer will be waiting for you, not the other way around.
thanks a lot.repted both! what i didnt understand is the "sandforce controller "
whats that? also where i can find the response time of each ssd? also i would like to know the response time for 7200rpm hdd
    
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what i didnt understand is the "sandforce controller "
Think of the controller as the CPU of the SSD. There are various controllers - Intel, JMicron, Sandforce, etc.
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also where i can find the response time of each ssd? also i would like to know the response time for 7200rpm hdd
Check the specifications for "access time". HDD's are usually >10ms. SSD's are usually <1ms.
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