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Old 12-02-2007, 02:19 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Flash is faster then rotating disc eh? This is one reason we have RAM.
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Still no proof. Current SSD's are slow. Being ignorant isnt an excuse to make assumptions.
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Still no proof. Current SSD's are slow. Being ignorant isnt an excuse to make assumptions.
where is your proof then mr i know it all.
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where your proof then mr i know it all.
read the link I gave you. look at newegg, ssd transfers are all below 50MB/s, even cheap PATA can get 133MB/s. Just because you arnt smart doesnt mean you can assume.
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I haven't read a whole lot about skull trail, but it is has an Intel chipset on the Motherboard, it would LIKELY support Crossfire.... only NVidia chipsets support SLI, no?
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Samsung MTRON Memoright solid state disk Sandisk PQI 128GB 64GB 32GB SSD HyperDrive4 Readydrive IDE SATA PATA drive

no need to be an ar$ehole peter now is it.

SSD has no seek time where as a DISC HDD does. Therefore its FASTER!!

dont be smug all your life..
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Samsung MTRON Memoright solid state disk Sandisk PQI 128GB 64GB 32GB SSD HyperDrive4 Readydrive IDE SATA PATA drive

no need to be an ar$ehole peter now is it.

SSD has no seek time where as a DISC HDD does. Therefore its FASTER!!

dont be smug all your life..
Seek time is you definition of speed? Meh.
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NAND Flash Disk Flash Hard Disk Drive

learn something mate not stop being a smug know it all that insults people for no good reason.

first paragraph.. read it
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NAND Flash Disk Flash Hard Disk Drive

learn something mate not stop being a smug know it all that insults people for no good reason.

first paragraph.. read it
I'd sell my liver to get that.
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