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    Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue ClanPoseidon's Avatar
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    Icon5 Faster Server Loading Help Me

    Can someone explain to me how I can make the servers load faster? People tell me SD but I don't understand, can someone give me a link or a detailed explanation in how I can go from 10 minutes loading to like 1? Thank you.

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    If I misread it wrong did I read it right? AOD_Kathbris's Avatar
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    What they are saying is SSD solid state drive. Replace your spinning hard drives with SSDs. They have no moving parts and have faster read write speeds.

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    If Its Not Big, I Dont Want It AOD Member AOD_Bighoss001's Avatar
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    A 128gb SSD is what i use. Bf4 takes up about 70gb. So youll have enough room for bf1 if you get it.


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    They don't think it be like it is, but it do. AOD Member AOD_J3ST3RKN1GHT's Avatar
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    I had the same exact problem. Here is what I learned, an HHD has to spin and find the information it is looking for. And ssd has no moving parts so it can find information faster. SSDs are more expensive per gigabyte though. My solution to this was to put all the stuff I wanted to use quickly on my SSD, and had a large HHD for all my bigger files. I put my operation system, so my computer turns on in about 2 seconds, and bf4 on there and things load very fast.

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    Ya pick up an SSD. Cheap ones can be had for about $60 or less but id recommend getting at least a 240gb one. That way you have room for your OS which will speed your PC up in general and room for your favorite games too. For example: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104484

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    Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue ClanPoseidon's Avatar
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    Thank you for the helpful advice guys. I understand now.

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    No other tricks other that what everyone else has stated. At this point, if there is a bottleneck for a PC anymore it would be having the mechanical/spindle drives instead of SSD. While the prices have come down, they still make you cringe when compared to the spindle drives but it is well worth it. I personally have had nothing but the Samsung EVO line of SSD and they have been awesome. I'm typically one of the first people loaded up on games.

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