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So you are spending a minimum of $200/mo to guarantee your database can read and write at that rate. A friend of mine gave me his PC because it's running slowly and bla bla. How much storage do you need in a student laptop? In fact it's going to make airflow in the case a bit worse. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-should/solved-should-i-buy.html

But I don't want to be disappointed with load times. I'd go either one 1TB drive or stick to one 500GB drive and just deal with the upgrading to a 1TB when you actually need it. TweedJul 28, 2016, 7:23 AM bliq said: yeah sorry, misread your first post. they said a 4x8GB was a quad channel kit?

As for people going with separate SSDs for OS and games, part of it I'd wager is a hold over from the days when SSD's first hit the market. I know Seagate had 5 year warranties on their internal hard drives, some bfg nvidia cards had lifetime warranties, and some motherboards had around 2 to 3 year warranties on them. A quick graph of our RDS IOPS makes that clear.So check your logs and your current usage, you might be able to save yourself a bundle by moving away from provisioned That said, if you micromanage your build, you can may be able to squeeze out a bit of performance in a benchmark by running separate drives.

But you can of course add as you please. Idk if that made sense or not, I forgot what he said. So from a batch of a thousand sticks, they'll put some percentage of them in dual kits, some in quad kits. I use Bitdefender (the paid one) and MalwareBytes (also the paid one).

I have the ASUS N53SV. For my RAM, I had the longest struggle researching whether to get 4x8GB or 2x(2x8GB). TweedJul 28, 2016, 7:11 AM azaran said: I'd recommend sticking to something above the quality of the OZC drives since you're going to be doing a LOT of writing to disk http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2618287/put-hdd-put-ssd.html Don't plan to RAID 0 btw.

the different colored pairs of slots are two separate dual channel memory slots. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Looks better in my case as well for I'm going with a Batman sleek theme. The average person, running a normal setup will never really see this increase in performance.

If you have to do a system wipe due to a virus, you're uninstalling and reinstalling everything. I use Bitdefender (the paid one) and MalwareBytes (also the paid one). I had 1 SSD to house everything but I decided to have 2 SSDs to have everything organized. Yeah $2000 isn't my budget.

Even at $1000-1200, you could build a perfectly usable enthusiast video editing workstation I'd think. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-should/solved-should-i-be-concerned.html As with all builds being built to a budget, I just recommend splurging on the parts that'll have an impact on performance or longevity, i.e. He paid the a little more of a price for Seagate Momentus XT 750 GB with 8 GB SLC NAND FLASH SSD hybrid hard disk drive as he would have paid I think it'd fit well with your video card choice too.

As with all builds being built to a budget, I just recommend splurging on the parts that'll have an impact on performance or longevity, i.e. solved How much Storage do I need for Gaming? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-should/solved-should-i-be-worried.html roller wheel - ps/2 PSU Antec 900W mATX 20+4 w/6-8SATA;2MLX;4x6(+2)PCIe[p/n HCG-900] Case Mid 10-bay tower - free space design interior & well vented Cooling CPU HS cooler, 14.5" Case-sysfan1, dual sysfan2,

to be honest i wont pay over 35 us$ for a new 1TB 7k+ with the online deals these days, but i'll splurge when i feel the pang and get a As for the hard drives. azaranJul 28, 2016, 6:50 AM Running Adobe Suite stuff, and general assorted programs I use a little over 250GB.

Another reason for having 2 SSDs vs 1 SSD was that having 2 SSDs would make it easier if I had any viruses, it would be easier to uninstall/install things again

http://pcpartpicker.com/list/fKPbXH bliqJul 28, 2016, 7:44 AM Dang, that's a pretty nice build. edit4* Going to the UK in a few days, I'm tempted to pick up 2 of these : http://www.amazon.co.uk/Intel-Series.../dp/B007P3RMLU Yeah, it's decided. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Games > Computer problem? I've looked for guides also online but alot of them are 2 to 3 years out of date See More: Building a gaming computer Report • #1 riider June 19, 2012

solved what should i put on my SSD ? But a lot of people too have told me just to get 1TB SSD and at this point, I'm not sure who or what to listen to. It's going to make installs easier, its going to organizing things easier. have a peek at these guys There should be plenty of room in the budget to get a 500 or even 1TB SSD and a couple GB storage drive- really, you can never have too much space.

Then I had a look at the Amazon and NewEgg feedback for the OCZ Agility and Vertex drives. Even at $1000-1200, you could build a perfectly usable enthusiast video editing workstation I'd think. on a large 1 SSD is the way to go? For my RAM, I had the longest struggle researching whether to get 4x8GB or 2x(2x8GB).

Trying to get what I need, not too little, not too much. Essentially lots of cons that I didn't realize after I bought it, but I still love how it looks, but definitely could've made a cheaper and wiser decision... viable malware remover?I know some malware will embed themselves into restore points, but generally can going back to a system restore point that you know is clean remove malware? solved How much storage do I need for a boot drive?

I hope this answers your question. You're going to be running below 500GB unless you decide to install every Adobe/Autodesk/whatever program known to man. At first, the initial cold boot was pretty fast and he was able to boot Ubuntu in less than 30 seconds. So having all my applications, OS, games, etc.

I don't want to run into the same problem I have right now and having to clear/move stuff to make up space.But I'm also trying to save money. Naturally, I told him to download and install Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit Long Term Support which he did so bare metal. I'm trying to get my PC to a lower price. So was thinking about getting a SSD for my laptop to make work more efficient.

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. But I would put Windows on it and perhaps one of my favourite gamesor apps. You definitely will want to go with a single 1TB SSD rather than a pair of 500's- RAID 0 doesn't give you the same benefits with SSD's as with HDD and

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