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    Hey guys, I just wanted to introduce myself first. I'm Sasa, and I've been reading this forum for a while before I finally joined the community. I have a 4+ year old Pentium 4 and needed to upgrade badly. I've build few Intel rigs, but never an AMD one, so I decided to switch. Enough with the stories, with the help of skyguy I came up with the parts for my build, and here they are:

    Case: Silverstone FT01
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    These parts should all come in on Monday and Tuesday

    I will keep you guys updated on how my build goes, and will post some pictures as well.

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    Welcome to the forums!

    Nice to see someone else on here that has the 790FX-GD70 board. Once you get your system up and running, I'll be more than happy to share my knowledge of this board with you, and help with getting you the highest possible overclocks that your system can handle.
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    Thank you shattered.

    Are you guys familiar with partition alignment? Few people mentioned that they needed to align their SSD in order to work. Is that necessary our, would I just be able to 'plug & play'? This is the first time I'm using SSD.

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    Jake would be the one to answer that question, as he does all of our SSD reviews. Most people install their OS on a normal HDD, turn off all functions that can mess up a SSD, and then clone it onto the SSD. I believe that this is the way Jake does things too, but you'd have to either ask him, or wait for him to confirm it to be sure. I'm still trying to get enough cash together so that I can get one for myself.
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    Little update,

    Most of my parts will be coming in tomorrow, case and psu will be here on Tuesday. Jake, could you help me out with the installation of OS on SSD?

    Hmm... I had some other questions for you guys but I can't remember then at the moment. I will keep you guys updated, and will post some pics tomorrow as well.

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    Installation straight to the SSD should be fine, I've done it that way on one drive already with Win7. The other option is if you have disk cloning software, to install it on a hard drive, defrag it, etc and then clone it to the SSD. That's not really necessary now though with TRIM working on the OCZ drives.

    A couple notes:

    -disable Indexing with the SSD, it's not necessary (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Windows Search -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK)

    -disable Write caching (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Device Manager -> Disk drives -> Right-Click STEC PATA -> Properties -> Policies Tab -> Uncheck Enable write caching -> OK)

    -move your pagefile to the hard drive instead of the SSD (to disable completely: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Settings (Performance) -> Advanced Tab -> Change -> Uncheck Automatically manage -> No paging file -> Set -> OK -> Restart your computer. Alternatively, if you want to play it safer, you can set a custom size of 200MB min and max.)

    -do not defrag your SSD. Disable defrag altogether (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Disk Defragmenter -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK)

    -if you use Firefox (which you should!) then use Memory Cache instead of Disk Cache (Open Firefox -> Type about:config into the address bar -> Enter -> double-click browser.cache.disk.enable to set the value to False -> Right-Click anywhere -> New -> Integer -> Preference Name "disk.cache.memory.capacity" -> value memory size in KB. Enter 32768 for 32MB, 65536 for 64MB, 131072 for 128MB, etc. -> restart Firefox)


    -disable Hibernate (Start Menu -> Type cmd -> Right-Click the cmd Icon -> Run as Administrator -> Type powercfg -h off -> Type exit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Installation straight to the SSD should be fine, I've done it that way on one drive already with Win7. The other option is if you have disk cloning software, to install it on a hard drive, defrag it, etc and then clone it to the SSD. That's not really necessary now though with TRIM working on the OCZ drives.

    A couple notes:

    -disable Indexing with the SSD, it's not necessary (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Windows Search -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK)

    -disable Write caching (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Device Manager -> Disk drives -> Right-Click STEC PATA -> Properties -> Policies Tab -> Uncheck Enable write caching -> OK)

    -move your pagefile to the hard drive instead of the SSD (to disable completely: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Settings (Performance) -> Advanced Tab -> Change -> Uncheck Automatically manage -> No paging file -> Set -> OK -> Restart your computer. Alternatively, if you want to play it safer, you can set a custom size of 200MB min and max.)

    -do not defrag your SSD. Disable defrag altogether (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Disk Defragmenter -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK)

    -if you use Firefox (which you should!) then use Memory Cache instead of Disk Cache (Open Firefox -> Type about:config into the address bar -> Enter -> double-click browser.cache.disk.enable to set the value to False -> Right-Click anywhere -> New -> Integer -> Preference Name "disk.cache.memory.capacity" -> value memory size in KB. Enter 32768 for 32MB, 65536 for 64MB, 131072 for 128MB, etc. -> restart Firefox)


    -disable Hibernate (Start Menu -> Type cmd -> Right-Click the cmd Icon -> Run as Administrator -> Type powercfg -h off -> Type exit)
    Great piece of information there sky!
    Will all the windows updates and constant security patch destroy the SSD? I am using my Intel X-25M G2 as my primary boot drive

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    FinDo16 reminds me of myself a few months back... just replace Jake with Stan lol

    I was so green thumb. Stan really pulled through for me back than.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinDo16 View Post
    Little update,

    Most of my parts will be coming in tomorrow, case and psu will be here on Tuesday. Jake, could you help me out with the installation of OS on SSD?

    Hmm... I had some other questions for you guys but I can't remember then at the moment. I will keep you guys updated, and will post some pics tomorrow as well.
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    Installation of Windows to the SSD is the same like any ordinary drive. If you have installed windows to a regular drive before then installation to a SSD is also the same. The only thing i would do is to check the firm ware of the SSD drive you have first before installing windows, make sure you are running the latest Firmware that supports TRIM. Usually most SSDs will lose its entire data when its firmware is being updated
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    Thanks, Jake.

    Yes, I did install Windows previously so I'm familiar with that. I've build few Intel rigs as well, but this is the first time I'll be working on AMD one. As for the the firmware you mentioned, how exactly do you check and/or update it without OS installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinDo16 View Post
    Thanks, Jake.

    Yes, I did install Windows previously so I'm familiar with that. I've build few Intel rigs as well, but this is the first time I'll be working on AMD one. As for the the firmware you mentioned, how exactly do you check and/or update it without OS installed?
    Since you will be getting an OCZ SSD you will need to check the OCZ website for the procedures required on Firmware updates and how to update the Firmware properly.

    I'm using the Intel X-25 G2 and have not owned an OCZ SSD drive B4 so i cant exactly say how much similarities in terms of updating the firmware

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    According to OCZ's support site it looks like you need to select the type of SSD drive you are using
    http://www.ocztechnology.com/ssd_tools/

    Then download the Firmware update tool, not sure why Win7 is not on the list of supported OS perhaps Skyguy can confirm this

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    Hey guys I just finished putting everything together.

    Now before I install OS, how do I check my firmware version on SSD? I found instructions on how to update firmware on OCZ forums, but I would like to check the version first before I do anything.

    So after I'm done playing with SSD firmware, OS install should be the same as on regular HD?
    When I'm done installing OS I'll do the optimization Jake suggested, but for now here are some pictures.

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