RAM and SSD`s , new data

  nickf 12:05 PM 20 Jul 13

Thought this might be of interest to some of you click here,review-32731.html . Could prove to be good for SSD life in the long term , good value for money too as memory is so cheap at the moment .

  nickf 12:32 PM 20 Jul 13

Sry link dosnt seem to be working click here,review-32731.html , try this .

  nickf 12:35 PM 20 Jul 13

HHHmmm , dosnt seem to want to play today ! Basically it seems that more RAM (16GB) can significantly reduce the number of writes to a SSD , by an average of 45% over 4GB of RAM

  Woolwell 13:22 PM 20 Jul 13

click here,review-32731-3.html

  Woolwell 13:23 PM 20 Jul 13

Sorry it doesn't like the comma.

  Mr Mistoffelees 15:12 PM 20 Jul 13
  Mr Mistoffelees 15:19 PM 20 Jul 13

Ram was cheap last November, when I built my PC, so I went with 16GB. I have two Crucial M4s in RAID 0. To reduce writes I have hibernate disabled and scheduled de-fragmentation turned off. As I have a lot of ram I also run with no pagefile.

  nickf 16:03 PM 20 Jul 13

Why bother with raid 0 ? If it is just outright speed you are looking for, surely the best solution would be PCI-e bootable SSD ?

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:11 PM 20 Jul 13


Fair point but, horrendously expensive.


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