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User Info: TheMoonJumper

3 years ago#11
daveyman23 posted...
hey xeeh

I have heard it dramatically improves the ridiculous loading times of BF4. For example, you will actually be able to get a vehicle at the start of a match

Every vehicle is available when I spawn in, so yeah, heli-whores go buy an SSD. =)
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User Info: Shub

3 years ago#12
I first installed the game on my WD Black, then moved it to my SSD, it was a marked improvement.
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User Info: Logical_One

3 years ago#13
Xeeh_Bitz posted...
IF so, are the load times fast? Right now on a WD Black Drive, it takes forever. Thinking of moving it over to my SSD

I have it on my SSD. I'm usually amongst the first to load into the game.
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User Info: LordSeifer

3 years ago#14
daveyman23 posted...

From what I have heard from my friends this game does well with an SSD but I would hold my breath for now. Give it another two weeks or so

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User Info: rabbi_baby

3 years ago#15
Bad loading times? What bad loading times?

If you mean that my SSD gives me a nice window to pick whatever vehicle I want, then yes, it does do that.
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3 years ago#16
I have not experienced BF4 on a normal harddrive, so I am not sure what the differences are.

However, I have it on SSD and found that the loading times are quite short, and I am usually one of the first to get into the game.
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