3579 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 6, 2011 8:35 AM by sfandtheworld
If your primary concern is speeding up PS, but the scratch disk on the SSD and max out the ram at 16gb. It's best to put the scratch disk on it's own partition, but with a 256 gb SSD it might not be big enough. If you really want to speed things up you can raid 0 the SSD. You should probably check out these two links
Thanks for the advice and the links. yes, I would like to speed up ps as much as possible.
I wonder if putting the scratch disc on the same drive as the OS would cause them to interfere with each other? Even if they are on different partitions, they would not be able to be accessed at the same time, or could they? That's why I was wondering if I should place scratch disc on the internal HDD -- but then I don't know how much to partition for it (or to partition at all?)
ALso, I read on a few places that too much read/write on the SSD wears it down over time? Is this more of a theoretical concerns - it does not make sense to me since it has no moving parts!
thanks again for the advice ... I'm gonna go digest those links