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  • Re: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    A newer SATA 2 controller using the factory (vs Windows) drivers for it is also a recommendation for max speed (OCZ's documentation). I'm pretty sure it's impractical to add Trim while saving your data. (Trim is important) AND - at least with the OCZ drives, be warned: Upgrading the firmware is a pain if all you have with a newer SATA 2
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by farooge on Sat, May 30 2009
  • Re: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    Or you, you know, the Super Talent a slow drive. (Sorry, but I'm pretty sure it is.) The problem with the Super Talent (and all the others save the two exceptions) is with their controllers and random access times. The throughput numbers that look so impressive in the advertising don't mean a hill of beans when you need to read 850 50k ones
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by farooge on Fri, May 29 2009
  • Re: Windows 7 Hard Drive & SSD Performance Analyzed

    I have an Asus M50 laptop and bought a OCZ Vertex last weekend, here's my numbers with Win7(x64) after I upped the firmware (adding 'Trim' support): Power button to log in screen: 13 seconds Typing my password: 3 seconds Desktop loaded and NO disk activity: 3 to 5 seconds ... My computer is COMPLETELY loaded in no more than 21 seconds; everything
    Posted to Consumer - HD/CD/DVD/Flash (Forum) by farooge on Fri, May 29 2009
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