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Windows 7: What is that?Is that a hard disk?

03 Dec 2010   #31
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

I say Kill your WEI score and not your Buddies !


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03 Dec 2010   #32
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Ok i will buy this...
Corsair Force Series F120 - Solid state drive - 120 GB
Welcome to Corsair :: Force Series Solid State Disk Drives.
I hope I'm making a good choice.
And i hope my pc hardwares,cpu,ram etc are capable to handle and use all the speed of it.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Dec 2010   #33
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

Well the one good thing is your hard drive won't be the bottleneck for a long while !
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03 Dec 2010   #34
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

P,
Before trying to do anything with the Corsair, go to its forums and read up on proper install method for your SSD. I betcha BRINK has a SSD tutorial. I read his one for installing of OS and optomization.
Good Reads!

If you make a mistake or OS install fails for whatever reason. You do not just delete and reformat the drive and go again. SSD's are not spin drives, they should be erased to factory condition prior to another OS install attempt. This why I suggest Corsair tech forums. Should be able to download tools and/or FW updates from there. Be prepared.

Generally,
Make sure mobo bios are up to date.
CPU, ram settings right.
Disconnect all other drives prior to OS install.
Connect SSD to SATA port 0 with quality cable.
Connect cd-rom to port 5. Set bios to boot cd-rom only.
Decide whether you want IDE mode or AHCI mode. Your older board might like IDE mode better???????
Consider "over provisioning" your drive.
Allow W 7 install disk to do everything, boot drive allocation size your only concern. (over provisioning)
After OS install. Get or have on hand, the Intel X38 chipset driver for W7 32 or 64 bit. Vid card, lan, sound. All current versions W 7 from each respective companies website. I would have downloaded all such items to CD/DVD prior to OS install.

luck
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03 Dec 2010   #35
linnemeyerhere

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 

panais,
Just do a clean install and your good.
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03 Dec 2010   #36
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Quote:
Is there any way or website to compare the speed of those 2(two)?
I mean...for example if the speed of velociraptor 150gb is 100 read/write and Revodrive 80gb is 120 read/write forget it.
Here is an article with plenty of performance comparisons:
http://www.thinkcomputers.org/sparkle-calibre-x480-geforce-gtx-480-video-card-review/
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04 Dec 2010   #37
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spyknee View Post
P,
Before trying to do anything with the Corsair, go to its forums and read up on proper install method for your SSD. I betcha BRINK has a SSD tutorial. I read his one for installing of OS and optomization.
Good Reads!

If you make a mistake or OS install fails for whatever reason. You do not just delete and reformat the drive and go again. SSD's are not spin drives, they should be erased to factory condition prior to another OS install attempt. This why I suggest Corsair tech forums. Should be able to download tools and/or FW updates from there. Be prepared.

Generally,
Make sure mobo bios are up to date.
CPU, ram settings right.
Disconnect all other drives prior to OS install.
Connect SSD to SATA port 0 with quality cable.
Connect cd-rom to port 5. Set bios to boot cd-rom only.
Decide whether you want IDE mode or AHCI mode. Your older board might like IDE mode better???????
Consider "over provisioning" your drive.
Allow W 7 install disk to do everything, boot drive allocation size your only concern. (over provisioning)
After OS install. Get or have on hand, the Intel X38 chipset driver for W7 32 or 64 bit. Vid card, lan, sound. All current versions W 7 from each respective companies website. I would have downloaded all such items to CD/DVD prior to OS install.

luck
spyknee
You scared me!
I just want to full format,install win7 ultimate 64bit and my programs aaaaand.....
Yes! i have a faster pc.
Now you make it looks like an nasa project to me.
The only thing thats worries me is,if i have a BOTTLENECK from my rest hardwares.
And thats make it just a waste of money.
I want the corsair ssd,and i cant wait to go to the shop and buy it,but now im little confuse.
Any advices??Any opinion??
HELP!!
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04 Dec 2010   #38
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spyknee View Post
P,
Before trying to do anything with the Corsair, go to its forums and read up on proper install method for your SSD. I betcha BRINK has a SSD tutorial. I read his one for installing of OS and optomization.
Good Reads!

If you make a mistake or OS install fails for whatever reason. You do not just delete and reformat the drive and go again. SSD's are not spin drives, they should be erased to factory condition prior to another OS install attempt. This why I suggest Corsair tech forums. Should be able to download tools and/or FW updates from there. Be prepared.

Generally,
Make sure mobo bios are up to date.
CPU, ram settings right.
Disconnect all other drives prior to OS install.
Connect SSD to SATA port 0 with quality cable.
Connect cd-rom to port 5. Set bios to boot cd-rom only.
Decide whether you want IDE mode or AHCI mode. Your older board might like IDE mode better???????
Consider "over provisioning" your drive.
Allow W 7 install disk to do everything, boot drive allocation size your only concern. (over provisioning)
After OS install. Get or have on hand, the Intel X38 chipset driver for W7 32 or 64 bit. Vid card, lan, sound. All current versions W 7 from each respective companies website. I would have downloaded all such items to CD/DVD prior to OS install.

luck
Connect cd-rom to port 5?
Why not in port 4?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
04 Dec 2010   #39
spyknee

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32
 
 

P,
I am just relating what worked for me and what you need to know about SSD basics. If you want to jump off be my guest. Your first leap was for a REVO, you were gonna buy it remember, just send me the $'s since you seem to have money to burn.
The tech is different, be prepared, staves off disappointment. All you have to do is read. I got 2 years of reading SSD forums where everyone was in a hurry. Not happy campers and it was "always" the hardwares fault, not theirs. OOPS
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04 Dec 2010   #40
panais

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spyknee View Post
P,
I am just relating what worked for me and what you need to know about SSD basics. If you want to jump off be my guest. Your first leap was for a REVO, you were gonna buy it remember, just send me the $'s since you seem to have money to burn.
The tech is different, be prepared, staves off disappointment. All you have to do is read. I got 2 years of reading SSD forums where everyone was in a hurry. Not happy campers and it was "always" the hardwares fault, not theirs. OOPS
<<<<Ok i will buy this...
Corsair Force Series F120 - Solid state drive - 120 GB
Welcome to Corsair :: Force Series Solid State Disk Drives.
I hope I'm making a good choice.
And i hope my pc hardwares,cpu,ram etc are capable to handle and use all the speed of it.>>>>
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What is ur opinion for this?
A! btw you said <<Connect cd-rom to port 5>>
Why not in port 4 for example?
Thanks!
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