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Those are good points Max, and I must say I agree.
True SSDs are fast, but nowhere near as fast as RAM.
I was trying to explain that to someone the other day, but they just couldn't seem to process the information. Speaking of fast RAM I have 667 Mhz DDR2 RAM in my Vista computer and 1333 Mhz DDR3 RAM in my Win 7 computer and it makes an incredible difference when Win 7 grabs an entire GB of DDR3 RAM and performs a common RAM intensive task 10 times faster than the Vista computer can. Its just a thing of beauty to watch when Win 7 teams up with today's 2X faster RAM!
This is what I have running on Win 7 Ultimate x64, 8 gigs of ram and I think this is Day 4 or 5 uptime...
Uptime is 2:17:xx. showed in the task manager snip. and not bad for being up 2+ days
Meh... Shows how often I look at certain things... I have had the computer on for much longer at times. Must have been the Flash update that PSI suggested to do. Lately I have gone on longer stints on my computer due to work and having to hop on for a raid as soon as I got home.
System Manufacturer/Model Number Alienware Area 51 Desktop and Dell Inspirion 17R (N7010) OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and Home Premium x64 CPU Intel i7 960 (3.2 GHz Quad Core) Motherboard Alienware Intel based X58 Memory 12 Gigs (Triple Channel) Graphics Card Alienware OEM nVidia GTX 560 Ti (1.25 Gig) Sound Card Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium Monitor(s) Displays Samsung PX2370 LED 23" Monitor Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Keyboard Logitech G510 Mouse Microsoft Trackball Explorer PSU 750 Watt Power Supply Case Alienware Area 51 Desktop Cooling Liquid Cooled Hard Drives 2 320 Gig SATA in Raid 1 Configuration (System/App)
1 1 Tera SATA (Games)
1 1 Tera SATA (Data/Music/Videos) Internet Speed Cable