FS: Storage Hardware Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB

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niceguy1430

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Still interested in this to speed up my OS loading. Another noob question. I currently have a 2TB internal HDD divided into 5 partitions.
I plan to put this SSD which will have my OS (Win7). Just wondering if I buy this SSD, will I be able to clone my existing C partition on this or will I have to load everything from scratch including the games and software on the other 4 partitions.
 

deadbynight

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AFAIK no. Feel free to correct me here anyone.
Still interested in this to speed up my OS loading. Another noob question. I currently have a 2TB internal HDD divided into 5 partitions.
I plan to put this SSD which will have my OS (Win7). Just wondering if I buy this SSD, will I be able to clone my existing C partition on this or will I have to load everything from scratch including the games and software on the other 4 partitions.
Also a fresh install will get rid of all the clutter you've accumulated. You could just copy the important files over.
 

CyberGhost

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Still interested in this to speed up my OS loading. Another noob question. I currently have a 2TB internal HDD divided into 5 partitions.
I plan to put this SSD which will have my OS (Win7). Just wondering if I buy this SSD, will I be able to clone my existing C partition on this or will I have to load everything from scratch including the games and software on the other 4 partitions.
You can clone your OS partition only with samsung migration wizard, but cloning from HDD takes an eternity of possible try to do a fresh start if not then you anyways have the option to clone

If in case you want help in cloning I'll guide you with the process
 

X0th3rm1k

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Hey, out of curiousity, I'm currently using an AData 120 GB SATA SSD as my boot drive for Windows 11 (Not sure if it's the SU650 or SU630, but I know the drive has a green sticker on it) and I was wondering, would there be any difference in the boot speed if I switch from that to this? I've always been curious about the R/W speed differences between SATA SSDs and NVMe SSDs.
 

CyberGhost

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Hey, out of curiousity, I'm currently using an AData 120 GB SATA SSD as my boot drive for Windows 11 (Not sure if it's the SU650 or SU630, but I know the drive has a green sticker on it) and I was wondering, would there be any difference in the boot speed if I switch from that to this? I've always been curious about the R/W speed differences between SATA SSDs and NVMe SSDs.
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