Tip for Optimum Performance SSD

The Media save SSD (Solid State Drive) using different components with conventional HDDS, therefore care as well as their use is different from the HDD. In theory the SSD is much faster than any HDD, but that does not mean you can treat it same with HDD.

Therefore there are some tips that you must know and do to its performance remains stable and durable. Wrong treating or using, could result in a short lifetime and the performance is not optimal. Even some of the tip that is commonly used on HDD does not apply on SSD. From the wrong handle it, here are a few things that can be done in order for ONE SSD remains in optimum condition.

1. Do not Defrag

In contrast to the HDD, the SSD doesn't need deframentation. Even that process will shorten the age of SSD. On the HDD, defrag will tidy up the order of files and optimize its placement on disk HDD. Such discs are not using SSD HDD and defrag process will only make the process of writing became more frequent, which instead will degrade the performance of the SSD later. Therefore, by default, Windows 7 has been disable defragmentation if you use SSD.

2. Don’t Any Cloning

In addition to defrag, another thing done on SSD taboos that do cloning. Usually if you want to do cloning moved the operating system or data thoroughly from the media save one to the other. The process of cloning using them always will have an impact on the reduced age of SSD. But don't worry, you can still perform cloning, as long as the proper use of them. If you want to backup them, use a SSD that is devoted to such O&O SSD Migration Kits or Paragon Migrate OS to SSD.

3. Use the latest operating system

Windows XP and Vista are present before the era of the emergence of SSD so that the operating system will not run optimally due not to include special features for SSD. The operating system that is recommended for SSD i.e. Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.6.6 + and Linux Kernel 2.6.33 + and above. Although some operating systems below it there could be ' cracked ' in order to maximize the performance of SSD, but it won't be the greatest extent while using a newer operating system.

4. Activate the TRIM

The specific reason for the number 4 is due to newer operating systems have supported TRIM. TRIM is featured on the SSD that will communicate with the operating system on which the block which will report that does not use and delete the remaining data internally so that optimum can work with SSD per disk space. To view activation information using applications can TRIM CrystalDiskInfo (Windows). Another way could be with the command through the Command Prompt by typing fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify. If the results show "DisableDeleteNotify = 0″ means TRIM already active.

5. Reserving enough space

Check out the specs of SSD you use. Some manufacturers suggest leaving about 10 to 20% empty space. This space will help leveling algorithm for data distribution in NAND module is balanced. The less empty space capacity, SSD performance will make it harder and will shorten the age of life.

6. Don’t be too often is used to write data

SSD is more appropriately used to install the operating system and not as a to store data, let alone the big size. To maintain a lifetime of SSD expansion might try to write data through it. Moreover, the ability to write on the SSD slower than reading skills. So use the SSD as a medium to store the operating system, and you have to stick include conventional HDD for data storage, especially large.

7. Do not store large data files or

Similar with number 7, the most appropriate SSD used to run operating systems only. The more often it will be used to write the shorter useful life age, let alone for large data. Use the save media as conventional HDD both to implement large data storage or data which are often edited.

8. It outlines the capacity of RAM

Until now, the price of SSDS is still far more expensive than RAM memory. Therefore it's good you provide greater RAM capacity. Large capacity RAM will make the process of writing on a SSD will be much less because of the switch on the RAM. So in conclusion the larger capacity memory RAM, SSD will be more durable. Don't forget to use a good-quality RAM that is able to support the performance of SSDS to run optimally.

9. Turn off or delete non-essential OS features


The operating system has several features that will make the process of writing data when the memory was unable to do so. Usually this feature will help speed up the performance of media on the HDD, but does not apply to the SSD. According to petunjukan the numbers 7, thus it will be a constraint on SSD. For that you can turn off features such as the paging file and move it to the HDD. Similarly with hibernation, superfetch, ReadyBoost, ReadyDrive, prefetch, Search Indexing, and temporary files and cache that can be turned off or moved location.

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