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Windows 7: Patriot 32GB SATA II SSD Solid State Hard

16 Mar 2010   #21
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by seekermeister View Post

i was running the pagefile on the wd caviar... but i read of someone using a kingston drive who, like me, has 8 gb installed memory and has a 2 gb pagefile residing on the ssd. so i'm trying that to see how it works.
I have no doubt that would work, but I wouldn't put a pagefile on a SSD, because of the write wear aspect. I would keep it on another drive, as you did before.
I think the "write wear" problem for the pagefile is being highly exaggerated because
a) if you have 3 or 4GBs of RAM, the system will hardly ever write to the pagefile. You can check that easily in the Resource Monitor > memory tab. I bet the hard page faults are zero or very small numbers. And
b) if you really only have 2GBs of RAM, take $20 or $40 and buy another GIG. That is no big expense compared to the cost of the SSD.

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