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    so what value did you enter for the memory cache?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayfunk View Post
    so what value did you enter for the memory cache?


    131072(
    128MB)

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    Hi Skyguy,

    Is Firefox better for SSD drives? I noticed you said you should use Firefox. I have been using Google Chrome. I have Win 7 64bit OS. Which Firefox is best for 64 bit OS's?

    Thanks, Case1

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    When I enter the BIOS to look at the SATA drives, SSD and WDC 500gb Black, there is a grey section that seems to indicate how they were setup. The grey area for the SSD shows
    PIO - 4
    Async DMA - MWDMA2
    Ultra DMA = UDMA5
    Of course only 1 of the DMA settings can be chosen from the list.
    Question:
    Is it better to leave the settings at Auto or specifically set them to PIO 4 and UDMA5(only 1 option can be set)

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    Thanks for this, I ignored the cardinal rule, I created a thread without doing a search. My bad.

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    just did this on my parents computer with their SSD drive...when mine comes in wednesday...it'll be the first thing i do (after installing Windows obviously)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Case1 View Post
    Hi Skyguy,

    Is Firefox better for SSD drives? I noticed you said you should use Firefox. I have been using Google Chrome. I have Win 7 64bit OS. Which Firefox is best for 64 bit OS's?

    Thanks, Case1
    Also interested in this one since i'm using IE9.

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    Not sure that's quite accurate. IE9 is kinda crap in my opinion, but that's off topic.

    Jon is our true resident SSD expert, let's get him on the horn......

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    Quote Originally Posted by kewlbreze77 View Post
    Also interested in this one since i'm using IE9.
    doesnt matter what browser you use. one other thing the page file if you choose to use one should be on the ssd.

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    you may want look here: http://forums.pureoverclock.com/show...SD-Performance alot has changed in a year

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    WOW so much to think about. I MYSELF AM THINKING ABOUT GETTING A SSD CARD. I will be instaling this in nwe rig. once my good's arive. Is a ssd worth all the work?

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    In a word, YES!! You'll never go back to a platter except for storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    WOW so much to think about. I MYSELF AM THINKING ABOUT GETTING A SSD CARD. I will be instaling this in nwe rig. once my good's arive. Is a ssd worth all the work?
    what card are you thinking about getting? you really dont need to do anything but turn off defragmentor like jake said. the tweaks are good because they will keep the ssd in top performance for longer and once you have done a CLEAN install and implimented the tweaks and have everything set you can make an image and you will have everything set in stone its not really as much work as it sounds like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    After installing Windows (presumably Win 7 since it has TRIM support for your hotrod SSD), there are some important things you need to know and do for your SSD and Windows setup. These things below will both enhance performance but also prevent potential damage to your SSD.

    This information is not brand-specific, it generally applies to all Solid State Drives, regardless of which make or model you have.


    -disable Indexing with the SSD (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Windows Search -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK)

    -Write caching (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Device Manager -> Disk drives -> Right-Click STEC PATA -> Properties -> Policies Tab -> Uncheck Enable write caching -> OK). Note that write caching can improve performance but increase the risk of lost data. Whether you choose to enable/disable is up to you.

    -Disable Superfetch (Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Superfetch-> Startup type: Disabled -> OK)

    -Disable Prefetch (Windows Key + r -> type regedit -> browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters) -> Find Enable Prefetcher -> right click on the right pane then choose Modify -> change value from 3 to 0 -> OK -> File Exit)

    -move your pagefile to the hard drive instead of the SSD. Or 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)

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

    -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)


    PLEASE NOTE:
    After these changes you MUST restart your computer for them to take full effect.
    Do these rules regarding an SSD set up still apply in 2014?

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    that's a good question
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Performance Improvements and Cautions for your SSD!

    Here is a list of things to do:

    Start out by investigating if the ssd you have has a toolbox that you can download to make things easier.... for example Samsung Magician. I would guess that these will do the windows optimisations for any drive but the actual drive adjustment like over provisioning may be make specific

    THE LIST OF THINGS TO DO is long and breaks down into 3 main areas for top performance, endurance and capacity I used what I think is current thinking found at The SSD Optimization Guide Ultimate Windows 8 (And Win7) Edition | The SSD Review where you will find the following list with a how to and the thinking behind taking the action:

    1. AHCI MODE AND NOT IDE – PERFORMANCE
    2. ENSURE DRIVERS ARE UP TO DATE - PERFORMANCE
    3. CONNECT TO MOTHERBOARD INTEL PORTS - PERFORMANCE
    4. SET PC POWER OPTIONS TO HIGH – PERFORMANCE
    5. TURN SYSTEM PROTECTION OFF – CAPACITY/ENDURANCE
    6. TURN OFF PAGEFILE – CAPACITY/ENDURANCE
    7. TURN HIBERNATION OFF - CAPACITY
    9. ENABLE FASTER BOOT THROUGH MSCONFIG – PERFORMANCE
    10. TURN OFF MULTI-BOOT SELECTION - PERFORMANCE
    11. DISABLE DRIVE INDEXING – ENDURANCE
    12. DISABLE WINDOWS SEARCH – ENDURANCE
    13. DISABLE WRITE CACHE BUFFER FLUSHING – PERFORMANCE
    14. DISABLE SUPERFETCH – ENDURANCE
    15. DISABLING PREFETCH – ENDURANCE
    16. CONFIRM TRIM IS FUNCTIONING –PERFORMANCE
    17. OVER PROVISIONING
    18. MOVE DOC FOLDER TO HDD – CAPACITY
    19. ADJUSTING CPU STATES – PERFORMANCE
    Rig2: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Asus z9 pe-d8 ws, 32gb ripjawsz under water, rig3 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Supermicro 7047A-T 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig4: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @3.1), Supermicro x9 DAi 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig5: 2*e5-2660 (16c/32t @2.7), Supermicro x9 DRW iF 32GB 1600 ecc reg, on air

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