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  20:39:55  7 August 2012
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Don Reba
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Thanks! Good to hear how it fares in practice.
  01:46:10  9 August 2012
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Sounds good.

I'm just waiting for SSDs to become 'more mainstream' (Yeah, yeah... I'm a cheapskate) and completely replace HDDs.

Would really help with most open-world games I play. (They constantly stream textures from the HDD)
  16:20:25  2 September 2012
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Sleep Dirt
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See my specs. My Corsair SSD does wonders for the load time on NS & STALKER Soup!
A combination of O/S on the Corsair SSD SATAIII & STALKER on W/D Velorap SATA III.
  23:53:06  4 September 2012
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DooMike
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Kind of OT, but then SSD has a Grandfather:

I´d be interrested to know if anybody, with an abundance of system RAM (>6 GB? ) have tried running Stalker on a RAMdisk?

I only have 4GB, so i wouldn´t bother trying myself.
Currently plays DayZ ( not alot, since i have a 17 months old kid ) on a RAMdisk with pretty nice improvement and that with only part of the mod running from it, since i can spare not much more than 500MB...
  17:10:11  26 February 2013
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punishersal
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I still have idea to get one, even not big size, to test it out too. But that thing with writing/reading circles creates a shadow over them for me.
  07:42:26  27 February 2013
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Audioave10
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That's part of the reason I bought an Intel SSD. Their R & D department is larger than most companies and they don't have the SSD read/write problems. They do cost more however.
  07:38:12  31 March 2013
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nashathedog
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That's part of the reason I bought an Intel SSD. Their R & D department is larger than most companies and they don't have the SSD read/write problems. They do cost more however.
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What is the read write problem?
  17:31:20  31 March 2013
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Audioave10
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It was a controller problem actually. Here is a good article about it.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/ssd-jmicron-jmf602,7057.html

Its an old story, but one to be aware of.
 
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