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SSD & Win 7 (superfetch, Prefetch etc?)

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  1. twicksisted

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    Hey Guys,

    Just installed a 64GB Kingston SSDNOW V100 as my system disk...
    Been searching the web regarding what optimisations to use etc...

    Looking in "Services.msc" Prefetch & superfetch were left on by default... do i need to turn these off and what other things are you SSD users using to get the most out of them?

    Cheers for the info! :toast:
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    Nice little app for you here.

    SSD Tweaker

    Hope it helps. :)
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  3. twicksisted

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    thanks, yeah i found that online shortly after I posted this :)
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    bit of a stupid question but does it work in x64 windows 7?
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    yeah works totally fine. much nicer than a standard HDD :)
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    i mean the program mate not the drive :D
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    lol was wondering :D
    yeah that worked fine too
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    ok great, thanks ;)
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    I can also confirm it works on Win 7 x64

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