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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-22-2018, 02:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Build PC with HDD Toshiba DT01ACA100

Hello,

Not long ago, i build my PC with some good components. But I choose to pick Toshiba DT01ACA100 as my HDD, because i am not really need high-end HDD.
Recently I always got up to 99% DISK RATE.

The problem is, it is caused by SYSTEM or Service Host;Local System.
Sometimes the Google Chrome caused it too.

Is there any problem with my HDD? Maybe virus? I already scan it with my Windows Defender (Win 10)
And I just Re-installing my Windows yesterday.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-22-2018, 10:36 AM
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You didn't need fast storage so you bought a HDD that came out in 2010?

It's likely being bogged down with Windows updates in the background since you just reinstalled Windows.

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That's the biggest reason why it's so common to install boot SSDs now. HDDs have pretty impressive sequential performance for what they are, but response times and random access is what really matters for the operating system and applications, and that is where HDDs really fall apart. I've seen a lot of people with relatively high performance Haswell and Skylake or even older systems who were convinced they needed new computers until they installed SSDs. The OS is constantly shuffling data around, checking for updates, running antivirus, refreshing running applications, et cetera. HDDs are simply not good at these kinds of tasks. I use a pile of 3TB Toshibas in my server. They're great drives, but its important to recognize the limits of HDDs as a technology. It would be worth your time to even get a 120GB or 250GB SSD for boot and applications considering how cheap they are now.

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I am not good with Hardisk world XD
So I though with 7200 RPM it would be ok. hahah
Do you have any recommend 1 TB HDD? After this i want to buy Samsung EVO 850, 250 for my OS and Games.
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Quote: Originally Posted by daviduck123 View Post
I am not good with Hardisk world XD
So I though with 7200 RPM it would be ok. hahah
Do you have any recommend 1 TB HDD? After this i want to buy Samsung EVO 850, 250 for my OS and Games.
The 850 has been replace by the 860 so unless you can get an 850 cheaper dont bother and get an 860
There is also Crucial MX500 which is cheaper

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Ahh..
Okay i will go with Samsung EVO 860
Thanks for that~
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