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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 11:19 am 
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In the search for that last ounce of performance, I’m testing some alternative page file configurations. The major malfunction is that I can’t figure how to benchmark the effect of the changes.

Any ideas?

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I really have no idea. If you really want the best page file performance, then grab a solid state hard drive when they come out, and use that for the page file.

aka: use a dedicated hard drive for the page file. (preferably the fastest drive availible)

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 6:45 am 
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iamwhoiamtoday wrote:
I really have no idea. If you really want the best page file performance, then grab a solid state hard drive when they come out, and use that for the page file.

aka: use a dedicated hard drive for the page file. (preferably the fastest drive availible)

Gee, thanks. How do I install a dedicated hard drive in my laptop?

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