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19 Nov 2011 02:55 #21003 by chadkirchner
ssdheaderIf you are building a new computer, or looking for a great way to upgrade the performance of your current machine, many people recommend picking up a Solid State Drive instead of a spinning Hard Disk Drive. SSD's have several advantages of their spinning counterparts, including faster read and write times, and better reliability in environments where shocks and drops are common (like laptop computers).  However, they do require some management that you might not be familiar with.
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19 Nov 2011 04:35 #21004 by garfi3ld
Replied by garfi3ld on topic Managing a SSD on a Mac
A little mac advice from our soon to be PC convert

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19 Nov 2011 06:56 #21006 by L0rdG1gabyt3
Very nice writeup. Even though the hdd in my MacBook Pro is a 500GB, I think I'm going to check out some of these programs to make sure every thing is running nice.

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20 Nov 2011 08:08 #21017 by chadkirchner
Not necessarily a convert Wes; a Mac will always be my day-to-day machine. But if I want to game, I need a PC. And if I want to write more for your audience I need a PC. That's all. :)
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22 Nov 2011 09:47 #21050 by olorinpc
heh, well it is good timing on this writeup as I am working on my first mod project which will also be a hackintosh build . Wouldn't call myself a Mac convert, but a new challenge is always fun :)

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