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Old 02-02-2017, 01:47 PM   #16
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still even though there is plenty of it, there is always a specific requirement on each maker, since m.2 slots have different Size (physical not the data)
only three key types : B, M or B+M. period
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can mod close this toopiak thread...
TS is toopiak...
use ssd for wrong reason then say no diff
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can mod close this toopiak thread...
TS is toopiak...
use ssd for wrong reason then say no diff
agree. but first what is toopiak
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Try opening a 80GB raw 4K file -,-
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AKA stupiak
A stu(pid) and deserve a piak(slap)

agree. but first what is toopiak
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only three key types : B, M or B+M. period
whats that?
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Old 02-02-2017, 02:07 PM   #22
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whats that?
here is my last contribution to the post. period

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here is my last contribution to the post. period

well actually i mean like the length though. like 2241, 2280 etc that kind as well. but still this is also a good reference when choosing a m.2 ssd.
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coming from AS1. i'm surprised.
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Find me a <$1000 notebook that has both an M.2 slot for an SSD and a SATA port for a 2.5" HDD.
dont rubbish la. u use laptop to store so many files for fug?

want to store alot of big files, go freaking get a NAS.
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coming from AS1. i'm surprised.
You can go over to edmw n see what kind of one liner post as1 make there.
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dont rubbish la. u use laptop to store so many files for fug?

want to store alot of big files, go freaking get a NAS.
Remember the day when hard disk caddy for notebook were popular?
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coming from AS1. i'm surprised.
well im more practical and a hype cynic. Its one thing to see numbers and graphical charts and another to actually use it.

Thus far for what I do, can't really discern any difference. The gpu handles the steam games, the CPU handles the premiere rendering and photoshop realtime editing, the bus and clock handles the bandwith with ram doing the files. But then again, my desktop is Frankenstein monster with parts salvaged from buy n sell..more fun in my opinion with money saved for batam getaway.

Thus far, the main difference for my rig is slower startup time and shutdown time but only by a few minutes. Not like last time where can make coffee before pc will go into windows. If i was to guess, hdd read write tech must have considerably improved in the years since my last hdd.

One thing about ssd is that it is difficult juggling space between ssd and hdd unless super diligent in file management. For a long term pc and die die must use ssd, minimum is 512gb otherwise just go hdd. Even 256gb will hit a space bottleneck sooner than later depending on the applications installed.

Definitely there will be real time benefits to using ssd but depends on the application. There are games that may go slightly faster but given a choice of upgrading gpu or changing to ssd, it's the gpu upgrade that will give the best performance boost for the dollar. Especially those doing budget builds for autocad, illustrator and etc.

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but what you store in the 8tb of yours?
why not a separate nas for storage?
i using a 250gb ssd for my system and cannot even finish it, although i also had a spare 750gb hdd but it almost has no data in it. haha
all my movies/picture/music is store in the nas which can be shared/stream/DLNA to almost everywhere without switching on my comp

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but what you store in the 8tb of yours?
why not a separate nas for storage?
i using a 250gb ssd for my system and cannot even finish it, although i also had a spare 750gb hdd but it almost has no data in it. haha
all my movies/picture/music is store in the nas which can be shared/stream/DLNA to almost everywhere without switching on my comp

most of my parts are also used, including the nas
The main culprits being Windows OS and it's updates, Adobe software and projects as well as softwares root files die die must saved into c: folder. Microsoft Office is also a beast that is getting fatter with each update.

In my case, I leave my desktop on so that I can remote control when required. Mine used to be NAS but since doing this, changed to just a normal hdd file storage array connected to it.

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