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Poll Results: Should a enthusiast system in 2011 consist of a SSD amongst the other great hardware?

 
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Originally Posted by turrican9 View Post
You can't compare a CPU upgrade, giving some percent extra performance with the upgrade from an Harddrive to a whole different technology - SSD's.

Because this is where you store everything. And as several people have said here, no point having a blazing fast CPU if the storage device can't feed data fast enough. We are talking a huge bottleneck here. Not the same as a simple CPU upgrade. Not at all.
SB and Ci7 are faster in everything you throw at them than LGA 775 no matter what drive you use..

If you like faster boot,less storage response time,better write,read etc then sure SSD is the man for the job..

But for everything else your rig would fall behind..

Most of us are on the certain budget so 100$ or more for a SSD will not be on the top of the list..

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You can't compare a CPU upgrade, giving some percent extra performance with the upgrade from an Harddrive to a whole different technology - SSD's.

Because this is where you store everything. And as several people have said here, no point having a blazing fast CPU if the storage device can't feed data fast enough. We are talking a huge bottleneck here. Not the same as a simple CPU upgrade. Not at all.

Besides, you're getting off topic here. This is not what I asked in my first post.
But does it make a huge difference in FPS? I can wait for load screens as long as my games run smoothly!
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SB and Ci7 are faster in everything you throw at them than LGA 775 no matter what drive you use..

If you like faster boot,less storage response time,better write,read etc then sure SSD is the man for the job..

But for everything else your rig would fall behind..

Most of us are on the certain budget so 100$ or more for a SSD will not be on the top of the list..

CHEERS..
And you say that? Lol! You who actually had an i7 and sold it because it gave you nothing over your C2Q Lol!


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Also,ask any person on the planet which he or she would prefer,a fast 64GB SSD,or a 1TB HDD,those are around the same price where I live,I guarantee that anyone would say that storage space>speed

Here in Israel I can get a 1.5TB HDD for 153£, if not more.
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Also,ask any person on the planet which he or she would prefer,a fast 64GB SSD,or a 1TB HDD,those are around the same price where I live,I guarantee that anyone would say that storage space>speed
Here in Norway harddrives are dirt cheap. So no need to select between storage and SSD's. I have said, and other people have said, probably a thousands times now that you use SSD for OS, progz and some games. And store other thing on harddrives!


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I will never go back to putting a OS on an HDD!
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I will never go back to putting a OS on an HDD!
At last a guy who knows what a SSD is !
    
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And you say that? Lol! You who actually had an i7 and sold it because it gave you nothing over your C2Q Lol!
Gave me nothing in gaming as I was using a single HD58xx card..

In everything else Ci7 was faster than Q9550..

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Gave me nothing in gaming as I was using a single HD58xx card..

In everything else Ci7 was faster than Q9550..

CHEERS..
Like what? You said you didn't notice much difference. Lol!

But I can tell you this, using an SSD YOU WILL NOTICE A DIFFERENCE


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Here in Norway harddrives are dirt cheap. So no need to select between storage and SSD's. I have said, and other people have said, probably a thousands times now that you use SSD for OS, progz and some games. And store other thing on harddrives!


Conclusion - Every true enthusiast, in their right mind should have a SSD in their otherwise excellent systems.
Hard drives may be dirt-cheap, but are SSDs?what are you going to fit on 80GB?OS,Browser and a few games?it depends on what you use your computer on.for gaming,putting all of your games on around 40GB is impossible,nearly any game is about 6-8GB.
You also seem to keep avoiding my point,Storage space>Speed
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