MacBook core i7 : a real powerfull laptop or a sadly build toy ?

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Mon Aug 2 16:48:23 CDT 2010


Keep in mind with the solid state drives that their is a duty cycle of about 10,000 writes per bit, meaning a spot on the hard drive can be expected to last through 10,000 read/write cycles before it may go bad. 

I would think that there is software built into the controller to move bits around as that point is exceeded, but from what I have heard, they do not make a good drive for constant read/write operations. 

Bob


On Aug 2, 2010, at 10:06 AM, william humphrey wrote:

> Solid state drive makes a lot of sense with several conventional
> back-up drives for all your data and you just throw away the back-up
> drives when they fail.
> 
>>> I have a 15" i7 MacBook Pro with a solid state drive
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