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Old 10-04-2012, 09:13 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by markush View Post
BTW: I don't think that a computer with enough RAM would benefit from swapspace on an SSD since the swapspace is (normally) not used.
Even when my computer does not have a large RAM, I already feel it tedious waiting for suspend-to- and resume-from-disk. Using an SSD will speed up the process twice, at least.

Originally Posted by markush View Post
And if the swapspace is often used (due to too less RAM) I would think that it isn't good for the SSD to have as much write-access.

Similarly, when driving over rough surface, the tires wear more quickly. But to not use tires, the driver may wear out more quickly. Everyone has his/her own life style anyway.

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