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What % of your machines have an SSD?

What % of your machines have an SSD?   109 members have voted

  1. 1. What % of your machines have an SSD?

    • 0%
      39
    • 10%
      3
    • 20%
      3
    • 30%
      5
    • 40%
      1
    • 50%
      17
    • 60%
      1
    • 70%
      2
    • 80%
      4
    • 90%
      1
    • 100%
      33
  2. 2. How many people do you know have an SSD?

    • ZERO!
      25
    • 1 or 2
      28
    • a few
      21
    • quite a few people
      15
    • Almost Everybody
      6
    • Everybody
      2
    • The average person does't even know about SSD's.
      7
    • some but that's only because I recommened and got an SSD for them. They didn't even know what one was.
      4

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Personal Machines - 100% boot, 25% overall

Laptop - Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 11 - Kingston V+100 96GB

Desktop - Dell Dimension 9100 - Crucial M4 128GB + Samsung 830 256GB

Server - HP MicroServer N40L - Crucial M4 mSATA 64GB + HDD (x8)

Work Machines - 0% overall

Laptop - Lenovo ThinkPad X220 - HDD

Overall:

Boot drives: 75%

Non Boot drives: 11%

Overall overall: 30.7%

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100%. And my main comp is 100% SSD too. :p (OCZ Vertex 4 256GB, OCZ Octane 512GB, OCZ Agility 3 240GB)

Spare comp has a Vertex 3 Max IOPS 240GB, server has 2x Kingston V+200 120GB in RAID 1. Laptop has a Kingston HyperX 3K 240GB.

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1/3 I have a boot drive that's SSD for games as well, an internal SATA drive and an external hard drive for main storage. Long work week I'm tired it's beer time >.<

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0%

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Only one machine (my main), so 25%. See no reason for having one on non-main machines.

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For me personally the MacBook Air is SSD but desktop (XP) is traditional (50%). Other computers in the house are traditional drives.

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I only have this machine as far as active boxes, so 100%. I do have a spare thats never on with HDs in it and the other machine is under my care but not mine.

Three SSDs in here. I'm good until SSDs become obsolete :D

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Will i stand out if i'll say 0? :( Well i am thinking of purchasing samsung 830 256gb. Too bad my mobo only supports sata2.

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100%. And my main comp is 100% SSD too. :p (OCZ Vertex 4 256GB, OCZ Octane 512GB, OCZ Agility 3 240GB)

Spare comp has a Vertex 3 Max IOPS 240GB, server has 2x Kingston V+200 120GB in RAID 1. Laptop has a Kingston HyperX 3K 240GB.

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Swap, seriously, in this day & age?

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0 here, still dont care for the Price/Size/reliability of them

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I'll have to say zero. It didn't come with my laptops. I'm good though. Maybe in a few years.

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Except my server and net book, everything has an SSD. :)

Swap, seriously, in this day & age?

He must be using it for Swap in programs like Photoshop, doubt it is for Windows. :)

I think I will also follow in those footsteps! :D

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My Devices:

MBA

iPad 2

LG Optimus ME

So, about 80%

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only in my desktop

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Swap, seriously, in this day & age?

Not actually for a swap file. I just use it to store temp things that I know I will delete later, or stuff that I haven't organized into my main documents folder yet. :p

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Not actually for a swap file. I just use it to store temp things that I know I will delete later, or stuff that I haven't organized into my main documents folder yet. :p

Oooof.

No SSDs - yet. (I have one desktop and will be adding a legacy laptop.)

Mom has a desktop and an even older legacy laptop than the one I will be getting - no SSDs in any.

Both desktops are being considered - however, other upgrades have priority.

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2 x Samsung 830 512Mb in RAID.

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Zero percent.

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75%, one more system to upgrade. It isn't a major thing, but I'll eventually get around to it.

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100% they kick ass!

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Hello,

All of my daily-use computers contain an SSD for at least the boot device:

Desktop PC: Corsair F120 120GB SSD + Seagate ST32000641AS 2TB HDD

Laptop (W510): OCZ Vertex 3 240GB SSD + WDC Scorpio Blue 1TB HDD

Subnote (X220): MyDigitalSSD BP3 128GB SSD + Crucial m4 512GB SSD

Netbook (X120e): Corsair F120 120GB SSD

My computer at work (W410s) also contains a 128GB SSD and a WDC Scorpio Black 750GB HDD.

Regards,

Aryeh Goretsky

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