Anyone here using a solid state hard drive on a windows 7 dual core pc?
Noticed any differences?
Given i store my data off my pc i am thinking this could be a cheap way to squeeze a little more performance out of an old dog.
Given hard drives are the bottleneck these days.
Has a too good to be true ring to it so i am looking for the catch.
From real world past experience i know memory access times have to be way faster than mechanical movements but how long do the read write cycles remain successful. I can see it pairing up well with huge memory banks in the modern pc but older ones???
New Egg Canada has a deal which makes testing the water look feasible.