[ltp] SSD for X200 Tablet
Fri, 23 Aug 2013 20:37:54 +0300
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On Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 01:22:58PM +0200, Sergi Pons Freixes wrote:
> A few months ago, I upgraded my X200 Tablet (a 7449 series) adding more
> RAM, having now up to 4 Gb. To cope with the upgrade, I switched to a PAE
> kernel as I was before on a 32 bit environment and didn't want to reinsta=
> After some recent reading, I have decided to reinstall everything and
> migrate to 64 bit. Given that I have to reinstall, I was thinking that
> would be a good boost to the performance (and to the life of the computer)
> switching to an SSD.
> Any recommendations of brand/retailer (Europe), or tips to take into
> account? Or I should just not change the disk and keep with it until I
> change the PC completely (is it more money wise?)
I'm quite happy with my Intel X25-M. It made my aging T61 feel like a
new computer for a few years, and then I transferred it into my new
I would not want to go back to a HDD ever. The difference (in boot
time, in time taken to launch Firefox or OpenOffice, time to grep large
source trees) is staggering.
If you are wondering what the hell I am doing subtracting particles from ea=
other, well, that's quantum mechanics.
-- The Usenet Physics FAQ
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