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  1. @benteta SSDs are already random-access in nature, so there’s no need to arrange the blocks of data side-by-side by defrag’ing. All it does is wear down the ssd because of the huge no. of rewrites.

  2. @migueleonm sounds logical but – correct me if I am wrong – isn’t this an internal request within the SSD? Writing data is different then moving data from section A to section B?

  3. yes, very fast.. but what kind of fucking job is that ? I wish i could fanny about all day and get paid for it.. I could become a policeman I guess,,

  4. Why would you ever try defragmenting an SSD drive? Are you mad?

    Besides, I’m quite sure you would get pretty much the same performance with much less SSD’s.

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  6. @AmphibiousKitty That makes me very confident in that company, oh yes. The SSD Maker’s IT Guy himself doesn’t know that an SSD doesn’t need defragmentation… I’ll go for the Intel ones 😉

  7. @BrenRich101 Any drive SSD or HDD can become fragmented, if you really think SSDs dont get fragmented, you are wrong =__= I do realize that the performance over the volume is constant but what i am saying is that the operation of reading at a specific position then hopping to another to pick up the rest of the file will REDUCE performance. In HDD the hop AND the fact that it is at a different position causes a more significant reduction but in SSD the hop in reading still matters.

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  9. That’s what TRIM and/or Garbage Collection is for. you NEVER defrag a SSD. Any competent and wise ssd manufacture ( samsung, g skill, corsair, ocz, ) will tell you that awhen you chose to defrag a ssd, you are doing a POINTLESS task that just puts unncessary wear and tear on the drive and the data DOES NOT GET MOVED AROUND ON THE FLASH CHIPS!! THUS IT DOES NOT GET FRAGMENTED! do some research all you know-it-NONES that want to shorten a ssd’s longevity. further more…

  10. Brilliant!

    So if I buy £12,000 worth of Samsung SSD drives, or even just spend £500 on ONE of these, I can load up all my programs at once JUST like my shitty £25 HDD does already? HOLY FUCK BARGAINS!

    OFF TO THE SAMSUNG SHOP I GO TO DROP MY PANTS AND GET FUCKED

  11. @tobyboat …that have to pay for their own ssd’s and CARE about getting as much of their money’s worth as possible. it DOES matter. would you also say to hell with changing your gas combustion’s car’s engine oil period? NO unless your a fucktard that only wants the engine to last n o more than 25000 miles. Hey far be it from me to suggest COMMON SENSE. Did you vote for Barrack Insane O bummer ( real name Berry Seotoro) November 2008 too? lol there’s your sign dee dee deeeeee

  12. the defrag time is fast because hardly any files are on it and the speed test wow over 2 gbps that means shit whats the real max speed and whats the point unless its on a server and if its on a server it will use a f**** load power and it would be hot and you will need to make a custom rack or a massive case all with hdd coolers is just a waist of time
    end of all
    GET A LIFE AND A GIRLFRIEND AND BLOW YOUR MONEY ON HER BECAUSE THAT IS THE ONLY WAY YOU WILL KEEP HER WITH YOU!!!!!

  13. defragmentation is useless on ssd because even on 1 ssd time to access a file it’s ~0 ms

    playing game ? not showing loading screen is stupid too because ssd doesn’t affect so much your fps in game – you guys should show some loading screen comparement to hdd raid

  14. Why use so many in raid 0?? Just one piece of OCZ Z-DRIVE R2 E88 PCI-EXPRESS SSD would give you these: Read: Up to 1.4GB/s
    Write: Up to 1.4GB/s
    Sustained Write: Up to 950 MB/s
    Random 4k writes: 7,200 IOPS

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