Started by Jeremy Collake, July 09, 2011, 04:15:39 AM
Quote from: peterhayes on October 28, 2011, 11:06:42 PMI didn't think that the problem was to do with premature wear but that SSD's (the early ones anyway) were slower in the 4K random writes area ie slower than a conventional HDD and the paging file would be better on a fast conventional HDD like a VRAP or now the latest Seagate (Barracuda Xt, Black Armor), SATA 6GB drives. Has that changed?
Quote from: bitsum.support on October 29, 2011, 06:34:02 AMI didn't think that the problem was to do with premature wear but that SSD's (the early ones anyway) were slower in the 4K random writes area ie slower than a conventional HIf you are uncomfortable with putting a page file on an SSD, you could consider using your SSD with Vista+'s ReadyBoost. It is designed as a 'smart cache' for flash memory (including knowing that random writes can be a bit slow), so is ideally suited for SSDs. It writes out the most actively referenced 'stuff' to the SSD at bootup, keeps it updated periodically, then has a quick place to pull it this data from when needed. Perfect for SSDs.Many users do not realize they can use their SSDs as ReadyBoost caches, but indeed you can
Quote from: zong333 on January 03, 2015, 03:35:57 AMYes, this is the default setting. After you update the AHCI driver, like IRST(IntelÂ® Rapid Storage Technology), it will reset to default setting.