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Windows 7: Your Own SSD videos, anybody have some?

12 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Your Own SSD videos, anybody have some?

While there is a lot of discussion about SSD drives, it's often hard to explain how fast they are in real life scenarios. All too often, we simply rely on benchmarks and HDtune results which paint a great picture, but don't tell the whole story.

I found today that I still have 2 videos on my cell phone that I should that I would share and see if anybody else has their own videos to share.

The first clip, is of my box right after a reboot launching the game Wolfenstein, loading my previous game, exiting out of the game and shutting down the box. The longest process is the piracy check right at the start which actually has to spin up the actual disk to verify that it's legit. Once we are past that, the SSD kicks in.

The second clip, is one that I just posed a bit ago in the Reboot time thread, but it's my machine from a Power button press to the desktop

I know the quality and narration leaves a lot to be desired...but like i said, these were on my cell phone and I just transferred them off.

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12 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64

I did an unboxing and I have a bunch of videos but not much on the SSD YET!

I do have one on ALL of my drives
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 Your Own SSD videos, anybody have some?

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