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Board: MSI Raider X99A
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RAM: for the ram I had a good offer and I took pee now hyperix fury of kingston to 2133 MHz DDR4 16gb
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Even? I did not know, and to tell you the truth rest thrilled. I knew that the SSD drives can be written less often than mechanical drives, but I never thought it wrf shortens the life of the disk. Actually I'm testing and I have not had great differences, apart from a fast opening of the linux system in general. Ivan Thanks for the advice!, i try the old hard then.meteoadriatic wrote: ↑Sun Feb 05, 2017 8:49 pmI would not because WRF writes sooo much data on drive and SSD will be worn out fast. I would suggest to use old rotating plates for WRF. Will be no measurable speed difference for WRF, but will last much longer.
You say that there are no differences in the bailouts?
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