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    SSD Speeds

    Got a system <--- with a 30gb Agility as the boot drive.
    I've just got a 60gb Vertex.

    So, do I continue to use the 30gb as the boot drive and use the 60gb as a data drive (bare in mind that all my docs etc are on the second drive along with games etc.) or should I use the faster Vertex as the boot drive and have the docs etc on the default locations in C:?

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    Re: SSD Speeds

    You won't notice difference as a boot drive between the 2 imo. use the 60gb as data

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    Re: SSD Speeds

    Aye thats the direction I was leaning in tbh, I just wondered if anyone else had experiance with them.
    I know the SSD was being slowed down by me having my swap/temp files on 2 seperate mech drives..

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