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SSD degrading?

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Ok noob question? I have my SSD running OS and primarly games only,for 3-4 months now. At first my windows index score was like 7.8 ( ssd) then it dropped to like 7.6 (ssd)and i just ran it today and its 7.5 (ssd)? Also if i have a secondry HDD drive for storage ,will that decrease the score? Ok im wondering is it degrading? I havent saved much to my SSD, since the original score, its still only about half full! Am i doing something wrong?

Any tips advice would be helpful! ( thanks)
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full ssds, more than 80% full, were proven to have decreased overall performance.
    
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You should not use the wei scores ...(pretty worthless)
crystalmark
http://crystalmark.info/software/Cry...k/index-e.html

and
hdtune

http://www.hdtune.com/


thats how to see performance gains and losses

use em post em up and which ssd did you get? or are using

having another drive will not show different scores once again wei sucks dont use it
(great for nubs who want to show there friends ya look at those number out of 7.9 ) ya but to ocn thats scrub


just follow this guide for reallignment ( this helps ALOT only if you want to do a reinstall )which is probably a good idea

http://www.overclock.net/ssd/929553-...p-secrets.html
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