Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Easy Rhino, Oct 16, 2012.
the title says it all!
depends on what its used for, typically no, but if you're crazy and using that as a primary drive it would matter. Most use big drives for storage so no it won't make a difference in that scenario.
Or they use big drives for installing a lot of programs/games and the smaller for windows... and yet another for storage. In which case the extra cache may help.
lots of i/o big file ops
You could see a noticeable difference. I did on a Windows 7 machine.
I have actually wondered that myself.
I too have seen a difference, when my main drive used to be HDD, 64mb cache seemed to help, i had no other drives, so it was my boot drive and everything.
I actually use a 1tb as my main drive because I suck at life and haven't gotten on the ssd bandwagon. So this info does help.
Mainly in burst write speed if i am correct but other than that not too much.
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