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Windows 7: Intel X25-M 120GB SSD - Deactivated on Newegg

30 Mar 2011   #21
Dave76

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Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

From the benchmarks I've seen posted on this and other sites your score of 443 is in the top 5%

For example: AS SSD Benchmark thread


The published specs for the X25-M's show that the 120GB and 160GB are the same, with the 80GB slightly lower and the 40GB lower yet.


Got really good access times from the 40GB, better than the 120GB.

Intel X25-M 120GB SSD - Deactivated on Newegg-ssd-bench-3-enable-write-cache.png

The access times from the 120GB are Read 0.075ms and Write 0.114ms.


Still waiting for the instant on computer, compared to the boot time 7 years ago what we have today is amazing.




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30 Mar 2011   #22
Wordsworth

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
 
 

I'll take that top 5%. Agreed on the boot time comparison, these boxes today are flying comparatively speaking.
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30 Mar 2011   #23
essenbe

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wordsworth View Post
I'll take that top 5%. Agreed on the boot time comparison, these boxes today are flying comparatively speaking.
I'm telling my age now, but talking about slow = my first computer was a Commodore64. That was the newest thing out. There was no windows, you had to write code to use it. I also got the first modem that came out. It was 9.6 baud. When you tried to connect, you could go to the kitchen and make a sandwitch and hope it had connected when you got back. And if it did, there was no internet as we know it, there were only a few message boards where you could leave a message. So I know what slow is. I just want to see what really fast is.
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08 Apr 2011   #24
Wordsworth

Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Somehow I missed this post. Even in the mid 90s when the internet existed the rate was excruciatingly slow. I remember my Packard Bell 486 with its 14.4 modem which was supposed to be fast...not. ...ok there's a news story here...get a bag of chips...the photograph's coming in first...ok it's got one corner of the pic...get a pop...the bottom half of the pic is there now.... You get the picture.

Those growing up in the day of hi-def Youtube videos and GB downloads of movies in minutes probably don't appreciate just how good it is now.
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08 Apr 2011   #25
Maguscreed

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Windows 7 x64
 
 

Not so much I myself started on a trs-80 model III top of the line when it was new, cost like 2400 bucks.
Hell I remember our first 33mhz computer, we were just blown away that a dir command in dos scrolled by on the screen faster than you could read it.
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