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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Hi Thanks for the reply and setup suggestions..
    I was looking into this last night and also thinking of pairing it up with onboard mSata to speed everything up that little bit more.. or would you recommend createing the raid over this.. just have the windows startup on a seperate SSD of 60gb like stated..

    mind you everything said it still doesn't solve the issue of the HD not working correctly.. .. think it is to do with the settings of the sata somewhere in the bios.. i can't find it though..


    Cheers though..

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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    If you want to save money get a 64gb ssd or a msata ssd which ever is cheaper and do the ssd caching. But I tell you want nothing beats a true ssd and I would recommend getting the Corsair Force GT 120gb. It is a great drive, boot time on my system is like 7 sec max. I have probably have reinstalled windows about 10 times and secured erase the drive each time and the performance is as good as day one. You can see benchmarks I have posted for it in the link down in my sig.

    Trust me go SSD and dont look back. If you choose to go with a different brand ssd, make sure you are looking at the right kind of ssd. There are 2 kids asynchronous and synchronous, ones good ones bad. I can never remember which one is better but the Corsair Force GT is the better one and the Corsair Force is the bad one. ProfJim knows which one is better and can also supply you with some links to check out for further reading if you like.
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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Not quite an apples to apples comparison, but when I upgraded my P35 win2k system to win7 installed on an ssd, my boot times dropped from 2.5 minutes to 30 seconds. My w2k setup used a WD Caviar Black 640GB for the boot drive.

    Spend a little bit more and buy a synchronous SSD for best real world performance.
    Asynchronous ssds are slightly less expensive but their performance deteriorates as more disk space is used.

    An easy way to remember which is best is to think of the "a" in asynchronous, where a = awful.
    They're not really awful, but their performance is inferior to the synchronous drives.

    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/storage-...rformance.html for more information.

    I suggest buying an ssd that is 120 - 256GB. Using a 60 - 90GB ssd is a PITA, especially if you are into gaming or running several large applications.
    Many ssd model names from a manufacturer have similar names for their async and sync drives.
    Some excellent synchronous drives:
    • Corsair Force GT (not the Force 3 drives)
    • OCZ Vertex 3 (not the Agility 3 drives)
    • Samsung 830 using Toggle Nand

    There are other excellent synchronous drives and most will come with a 3 year warranty.
    It can be frustrating and difficult to determine which ssd's use which type of Nand memory.

    I recommend that your ssd is the only drive in your system when you install win7.
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    can recommend the samsung 830 and crucial m4 ssd drives also,i think thats the best way to go as its far too slow with a mechanical hdd
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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Thanks for the recommendations.. will definitely look into it asap.. as the boot time is annoying the heck out-ta me to be honest..

    Would it be best to get a 64gb for windows and a separate 120gb for app. Also the Z77X-UD5 supports mSATA for fast caching .. would you recommend throwing a 32gb in there along side 2 others..

    to be honest i am not to sure what the mSATA would be used for.. but will look into it..

    Many Thanks

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    I would just get a 120 ssd for your OS and apps, use your existing hdd for storage. 120GB ssd should be all you need, but look to see how much space your using on you hdd now and see. Keep in mind any thing your download from the internet on a daily basis you would save to the hdd not ssd.
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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    corsair force gt 60gb crucial m4 128gb

    id go for a 128gb ssd as they arnt much more money than the 60gb drives,see whats the cheapest out of the gt,m4 and samsung 830 and choose that one,any of those drives will be fine imo
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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    Thanks for the recommendations.. what do you think of the sanDisk ( Sandisk Extreme 240GB SSD - Solid State Drive - SDSSDX-240G-G25


    I am currently running @ 85gb usage.. and haven't got all applications installed.. so kind of thinking along the 240gb ssd.

    Maybe the 120gb SSD would be fine.. could alway get another one if it fills up i guess.

    Reviews look good..

    thanks

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    The vertex 3 has a higher bench score then the scandisk in 120g.

    It depends on what you have for data amount, you want to keep a SSD around half full and keep some cells new, even though TRIM is working on them,
    your better off not pushing them close to full.

    If you have the money, get a small 64g for boot, and two for RAID, boot off marvell and store apps and other on RAID.

    The fastest is to put a large drive on your northbridge, or go cheaper with small on marvell and RAID on north.

    Two blues on northbridge are about 230 read 220 write, SSD on marvell will be about 380-400 on marvell.

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    Default Re: Windows 7 pro 64bit slooow boot with new MOB and CPU.. slower than old ones

    you wont be installing everything on your ssd,just the os and essential programs/games,keep your old hdd for the non important stuff(things that dont need to be loaded quickly ect) keep it as a storage drive

    sandisk is ok,depends on the price really,imo 128gb would be enough but if the 256gb isnt much more its worth considering
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