May 07, 2011

Start Up HDD Vs SSD


Many have asked us about the benefits of SSD. Previously, indeed we have made ​​several tests to answer this question, a good test on your notebook or desktop. The use of SSD is basically very useful. Currently, the price of an SSD with greater capacity is generally still relatively expensive. However, for the 64GB capacity down still affordable. 64GB capacity is enough to run the operating system and some simple applications.

For desktops, we've done the comparison test start up Windows 7 by a number of configurations, either with your hard disk or SSD. You can read the article "Comparison Speed ​​Startup Windows 7: SSD and HDD". On the device was approximately the same notebook. We also had to replace a hard disk with SSD and the results of the test you can see in the article "Profit Upgrade Notebook Hard Disk".

Solid State Drive, or SSD is a storage device that would replace the hard disk. The advantage of SSD is the absence of mechanical devices. Therefore, the SSD will be more resistant to vibration. SSD also uses solid-state memory so the speed of read and writes much faster than hard disk that uses a rotating disc. If you are still confused about the SSD, you can read it at "6 Things You Need to Know About the SSD".

In comparative tests SSD vs. Hard disk below, we will invite you to see how quickly an SSD start up Windows 7 compared to a hard disk. Notebooks that we use is the yard notebooks Acer Aspire 4750G series. The notebook we reviewed earlier in the article "Review Acer Aspire 4750G: Notebook Sandy Bridge Affordable With Optimus Technologies. " Acer Aspire 4750G uses Intel Core i5 Sandy Bridge with 2GB memory and Hard disk of 640GB capacity with 5400RPM rotational speed.

We will do the start up of Windows 7. First, by using a hard disk installed. Then we try to replace it with an Intel 320GB SSD. SSD itself has been our previous review. Both operating systems are identical. We copy the operating system residing on the hard disk to the SSD with a testing program to maintain consistency. Happy watching!


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