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Posted 01 January 2012 - 19:57
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Posted 01 January 2012 - 22:07
It's not really necessary with regular disks either. even if another one is better than the windows built in one, it's not gonna matter one iota.
I don't see why these threads are made, it just keeps the illusion alive that people still need to defrag and use third party tools for it.
Posted 01 January 2012 - 22:24
There is a benefit when you consolidate free space because some cells that are only half filled can not be "trimmed". If you use PerfectDisk it will fill in all the half filled cells in a unique way that enhances speed and the life of the drive. All this allows the SSD to "Trim" more efficiently.
Not really neccessary these days with evolution of SSDs
Posted 01 January 2012 - 22:58
Even NTFS still fragments, and with large HDDs and partitions, defragmentation still matters. (Seriously - how many of you with what were considered *midsized* HDDs back just two years ago - 250GB and larger - broke them up into multiple partitions? Given the small default cluster size of even large NTFS prtitions, there's far less reason to have a multi-partition large drive.)
Posted 01 January 2012 - 23:02
How much money are you willing to bet on that?
And windows regularly auto defrags your drives. and you're nto going to notice ANY performance difference, even at the nanosecond level between the different defragmenters.
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