|04 Jan 2011||#1|
New HDD, transfer windows, improve performance
I decided to get a SAMSUNG HD103SJ as it has twice the benchmark score compared to my current drive.
I will copy my current drive onto this to get the most benefit. I imagine I would get most benefit from re-installing win 7 from scratch again but I don't think I want the hassle.
This will leave two drives that according to benchmark are half as good and I am left wondering how I can use these to their best.
I play games, have lots of music, and ofc have AV. I heard that installing different items on your drives can speed up your performance. I have tried googling but I cannot find guides for this. Please suggest what would work best on my system.
Thank you in advance.
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