Where did it all go so wrong anon?
A slightly unrelated question:
Is it "okay" to get a 1TB SSD and replace a built-in hdd in my laptop?
It's powerful, but hdd's slow as fuck, so I'm dying a bit inside
What are the best high capacity ssd 2,5" ?
Got the same SSD for 80 USD on sale. Try harder.
Samsung Magician's RAPID mode is cool shit
It's like RAM caching IIRC
It's true. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_ATA#SATA_revision_3.0_.286_Gbit.2Fs.2C_600_MB.2Fs.29
To get this you either have a pcie SSD which you don't, or a ramdisk. I wonder which one a broke NEET would have.
here, gets shit on
encoding atm so the score is lower than regular
That's the fastest Windows installation I've ever seen! This thing boots in less than three god damned seconds!
What's a good program that will let me test this thing? Something like a GPU benchmark but for Solid State Drives?
If I'm playing with an SSD now, can I let steam download games while I play Fallout 4 without any performance loss? On my old drive, playing a game and downloading large files slowed everything to a crawl.
I have (had) intel (535 x2), samsung (840 evo x1), crucial (not sure x2), sandisk (ultra II x2) & kingston (v300 x4) ssds. The 2 crucials burst into flames, and the kingstons are slow. The Intels are awesome but not the best price/performance ratio, and both samsung and the sandisks are great.
performance that is greater than a spinning disk but not greater than sata 3 bus speed?