Does anyone have any performance comments on if a Solid State Hard Drive vs SATA or SAS is faster. I am buying a new workstation and would appreciate any feedback on if a Solid State Hard Drive help ProE Wildfire. thanks Daniel Vugteveen IT Systems Manager
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I am currently working with a client that just placed an order for two new GC-i7 machines. He customized his order with a 250GB SATAIII SSD as the primary C: Drive, and a 600GB 10,000 RPM SATAIII as the secondary 😧 Drive. After the physical build, I will do my usual GC Burn-in test with the OCUS Benchmark.
I can't answer your question today, but mid way next week I will be able to send you some OCUS numbers showing a good comparison.