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Default Got A Slow SSD? Try FlashFire To Speed Things Up

Got A Slow SSD? Try FlashFire To Speed Things Up

If you are like me you like to test new software and hardware. This can sometimes be a curse as it can mean to buy hardware that has not been overly optimized yet so that the computer system suffers thanks to the user’s “I want to have it now” syndrome. This happened when I wanted to build a computer system with a Solid State Drive (SSD) as the boot drive. Those generation 1 drives did not live up to the promises the manufacturers made. Especially the performance decrease over time was noticeable and frustrating. This is currently changing with new technologies and second generation Solid State Drives but if you are stuck with a generation 1 drive you need to figure something out.
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