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#31 OP riahc3


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Posted 29 January 2014 - 22:10


One thing that companies also look out for is a model from a supplier/manufacturer that they can get another at the drop of a hat.  They develop a desktop hardware policy and go with a supplier that can help them maintain the policy.

Yup, thats another reason this PC is also Dell; all others (except maybe 1 or 2) are Dell.

Now, you seem intent on an SSD in your machine, I am seeing this as more of a personal labour of love rather than any form of work request.  The time you have spent on this, I would have given you a dressing down for wasting company time!

:huh: I think a SSD would improve loading times on programs. Its a 149 euro investment. I dont think we are gonna die or anything :rolleyes:

Thank you for opinions from all.

#32 HawkMan


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Posted 30 January 2014 - 16:01

An SSD will improve loading times, of course you only start your editing apps once a day, if that. For work apps it has very little impact on actual usage though with some rare exceptions where you might not want an SSD anyway for other reasons.