|28 Jan 2013||#974|
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|29 Jan 2013||#976|
Need some help...
Hi guys, I'm having a discussion over at DP Review here: Any tips for speeding up Lightroom4 with D800 NEF's
Anyway the OP is asking for ways to speed up Adobe Lightroom as he has it installed on an SSD drive. Automatically people have chimed in to blame the SSD drive. Decrying it has degraded over timeÖ even though the OP never said how old or what kind of drive it was.
Also someone brought up the wear and tear of the drive because of scratch file usage, but I find that to be a bit of a stretch. I know weíve had that discussion as well but I think it was generally agreed that it was much to do about nothing. It "may" have had an effect on first gen drives, but that was then, this is now.
Anyway what I was looking for but canít find was the test or experiment showing how long an SSD drive could go before it wore out.
BTW my screen name over there is ADMint. Iíve also referenced this thread for them to view in case of questions.
What's up Wolfgang (whs), ain't spoke to you in a while
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