How to Install an SSD Drive in a Desktop Computer
If you've been thinking about upgrading your system to an SSD there's never been a better time. We recommend OS and APPs on the SSD and data and renders on two seperate drives. If you're working with lots of HD data you may need a RAID array to provide enough throughput to your processors.
For everyday computing tasks you will notice a huge improvement. Your PC will boot faster, launch applicatons faster and generally feel more snappy.
We recommend leaving at least 25% overhead of blank space so the SSD can optimize the read writes and prolong the life of the drive.
Category: Tech Soup
Published: Saturday, 07 July 2012 00:00