|04 Mar 2011||#2|
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A Solid State Drive (SSD) will certainly fix your problem.
10K and SCSI look like plain old hard drives when compared to the awesome that is the SSD. My WEI gives me a 7.6 and I don't have a particularly special SSD, no 6GB SATA, etc. Unless you are severely under-equipped in the RAM department it is the single best performance boost money can buy.
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