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User Info: greenyoshi46

greenyoshi46
3 years ago#11
the_cajun88 posted...
Where is the best place to buy an SSD, in your opinions?

I want a good sized one, money is not a factor.


Inet.se if you are swedish. Amazon.com?
(English is not my first language, Swedish is. So respect typos)

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Mogu_Mogu
3 years ago#12
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#13
greenyoshi46 posted...
Lord_of_Fat posted...
Windows ME + SSD = BSOD


Windows Vista + SSD = No dfference at all


Uh, yeah there is. I used Vista 64 with it before I got 7 64 a couple of months ago.
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User Info: Senkoy

Senkoy
3 years ago#14
Has anyone tried using multiple SSDs and setting them up in a RAID system so that the OS is read from multiple drives at the same time? I would imagine that would decrease the boot times considerably, depending on the number of drives used.
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happyscrub1
3 years ago#15
the_cajun88 posted...
Where is the best place to buy an SSD, in your opinions?

I want a good sized one, money is not a factor.


nb4 someone finding some 5 grand SSD somewhere.
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#16
the_cajun88 posted...
Where is the best place to buy an SSD, in your opinions?

I want a good sized one, money is not a factor.


I'm pretty happy with mine, but it certainly ain't cheap.

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User Info: Abiz_

Abiz_
3 years ago#17
greenyoshi46 posted...
Lord_of_Fat posted...
Windows ME + SSD = BSOD


Windows Vista + SSD = No dfference at all


Someone doesn't know the horror of ME. Vista eventually matured....If it didn't W7 and W8 would both be terrible(they are just vista with a new coat of paint).
Interestingly enough, video game companies used to be able to make money without selling out like cheap prostitutes.-KaiserWarrior

User Info: greenyoshi46

greenyoshi46
3 years ago#18
Abiz_ posted...
greenyoshi46 posted...
Lord_of_Fat posted...
Windows ME + SSD = BSOD


Windows Vista + SSD = No dfference at all


Someone doesn't know the horror of ME. Vista eventually matured....If it didn't W7 and W8 would both be terrible(they are just vista with a new coat of paint).


Vista SP2 changed it, yeah. But not SP0. I think the reason why i hated vista so much was because i used a laptop with 1gb of ram and the service pack updater couldnt update.
(English is not my first language, Swedish is. So respect typos)
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