Heel Guy: HHD for more space. I don't mind waiting another 20 secs for larger memory
3Dtimespace: i got a new laptop with just a tb hdd, but with a free slot for adding
another drive. when that time comes, the ssds will have better storage and
of course cheaper too. if video editing and heavy processing was a regular
thing, it would be different. depends on useage...
MultiHpark: If I had $200, I would replace my HDD right now with samsung 840 pro...T.T
Chris Lepp: 64GB RAM and a 2TB HDD. freak da SSD
BF3kriss941: what should I do...
1: get a 120GB SSD for OS and some programs and re-use an old western
digital scorpio blue 750GB for storage.
2: just get a 1TB western digital caviar blue
I'm really not sure what would be the best for me :P
sanitarium09: I will never build a PC or purchase a laptop without an SSD at least for
the OS and basic programs ever again. They're absolutely revolutionary in
the way you use your PC.
Ian Mignone: How much faster is a ram disk than an ssd
Steven Cook: after doing in depth research, I am sold on SSDs. My only problem is
installing software, not just games but other software that comes on discs.
I know there are options to download from amazon for example, but what if
by some chance you lose your data? wouldn't you have to buy the games and
other software all over again? that could get expensive if you don't have a
way to back up your that software.
Forgive me if I sound dumb but that is the only concern of mine about
switching to SSDs.
DontCloudMe Please: I think putting 2 SSDs on a raid stripe is about the most significant
improvement you can make to most PCs. And it's pretty cheap too considering
that a current gen graphics card purchase is pushing $730.
Yale Tony: SSD vs Hard Drives
Jacob .van dr Plas: sup bitches.
i have 16GB ram & 2 TB HDD
YOU STILL WANT THIS freakING SSD
You REALLY do
Nikhil Mattoo: HDD's still have a long life as they have bigger capacities but when SSD's
catch up on terms of price and capacity, Good bye HDD :P
Mick Radford: ill throw this into the mix.. we now have sshd..also crucial have just
bought out a 1tb ssd at a very reasonable price.
Leon - Qeycon: You can get 256 GB and 512 GB SSDs pretty cheap these days.
But it's ofcourse still quite small compared to a 5 TB or 10 TB HDD.
So if you have alot of high resolution movies you want on your SSD, I
recommend buying lots of the smaller ones as 1 TB ones and above are pretty
Philip Mørch: Cool! ;-)
frish sas: In terms of performance SSD is faster but cost you higher. Good thing
Amazon is on sale now for SSD - amzn.to/1aUNmtO
Apo K: If you have an SSD, use an HDD with it. You can keep big files on the HDD
and boot the OS on the SSD. That's what I did and I couldn't be more
W Bond: This video should of made it clear that they are comparing the SSD with a
5400rpm HDD which is super slow lets be honest. I upgraded to a 7200rpm
drive recently and my laptop is now plenty fast enough for loading
everything and very respectable boot times. So the price/speed trade off
between an SSD and a 7200rpm HDD is one worth taking into account because
for the price of a 120GB SSD you can get a 750GB (or more) 7200rpm HDD
which is only a little slower.
My advice... wait for the SSD prices to tumble in 2014. By 2015 the prices
will be perfect. But if you can't wait then 7200rpm HDD's are in the sweet
spot right now.
405NM: Hard drives freaking suck. Only 20 hard drives can be as fast ONE ssd
Jack Cole: You can get 1TB SSD's for £390 now
Gert Bamm: its all about to wait 1 minute more and to save thousand of dollars
MyPartyFusion: SSD is good if you have money to spend on speed but don't need much space,
HDD is good if you need alot of space and don't care about speed.
Chen Coni: MY WD VelociRaptor 1TB x2 Raid0,11sec into win7 desktop,5.5sec open AE
TheMightyMagic: To get the speed difference, do you need both photoshop and the psd file to
be on the SSD or can you have photoshop on the ssd and the file on an hdd?
Pedro Noronha: SSD is epic !
Candy man: whats the rpm on the hdd?
Charlie Pointon: my windows 8 pc boots up in 13s and that's a hardrive
123miscrits: honestly if your on a pc...get a good cpu
twistedhelixbiker: For the price of an SSD / storage space, just get a meaty 8 RAM socket
motherboard that can handle 64gb of RAM and make a RAM disk. If you think
SSD's are fast...lol...
Microshrimp: How much does the number of processor cores play into response time? Since
the i5 is about $100 more than an i3, I think I might buy an i3 for a new
build and use the money I'm saving to buy a SSD. I don't plan on doing any
gaming or real processor-heavy tasks. Any thoughts?
James Samford: I know that the SSD is faster in the video for laptops because HDD's
generally are installed with 5900rpms. Now, what is the comparison between
a SATA III SSD and SATA III HDD w/7200rpms?
JathaxOfficial: My PC boots up in 10 seconds, but I don't think its got an SSD, just a 2 TB
7200rpm hard drive. Anyone shed some light on that?
Technology: SSD Memory vs HDD
Mohamed hosny: faster
SelvaMani .R: SSD vs. HDD Performance Comparison
BoxTech I.T. Consultants: Following our recent post on SSDs, this video by "Asus" compares the speed
of SSDs to regular HDDs.
Brett Sampson: This is incredible! I didn't realize there was such a huge difference
Laster Sangma: wish i have SSD drive for my desktop..
EnchantedNighbird: Thank you for making this video to compare SSD vs HDD. I really needed to
see that with Photoshop! Am a photographer & do editing. So would run
Photoshop & Lr &.... So was wondering. Thank you again... What is a good
size for windows 7 or 8 & photo software on a 24GBRam I7 Quad? On a Desktop
with 1 or 2 GB graphics.
Whatever Reviews: If i upgrade my Asus HDD with an SSD will it mess the warranty?
TheOnlyMunchkinSoup: I got 3 samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSDs for cheaper than that 160GB SSD.
Richard Grunwald: once u go SSD u can't go back
Dodgyboy43: i think only you are talking about high capacity SSDs, im talking about
SSDs in general, the vast majority of SSD owners don't need or want a 1000
dollar SSD, we just get the normal person one.. and they work fantastic...
tommyjones1978: you gay... this is a SSD test not face test!! just get lost you ugly noob!
MineCat: NEver be able to match in price? A couple of things- price for goods like
these is always declining. I guarantee that in 2, maybe 4 years the price
of any given SSD will be at least 50% cheaper than now. And what in the
freaking world do you need 4TB for? You will never, ever, ever, ever fill up
even more than half of that, and by that point there will be newer and much
faster technology available and you'll buy a new PC anyway.
Pc Retro: I can just spend $80 on a 2tb, ssd, is like $300-$500 for like a 500 gb
jacob26referibles: solid state drive, my foolish friend.
mycew: id rather have the memory, im not an impatient twat ;p I don't mind waiting
a few minutes longer
Julian Morensi: goddamn! HDD's are history so much for Seagate and WD, they better do
something fast or else.
TimillAT: you can get 64gb ssd for about 60$. enough for your OS and plenty of
programs and a couple of games. not too bad