Ok so I got a new comp on the way but I'm kinda knew to SSD's (don't know much about them if anything). I was planing to edit on them till i did a bit of reading about them.
I've read online that SSD's deteriorate the more you write/delete/write on them (I also read that if you're using windows 7, it slows the deterioration down) I really don't know about this stuff which is why I'm here.
Has anyone or does anyone know anything about editing source footage from an SSD? My new comp has a 240GB SSD for OS etc... and a 10krpm 600gb data hardrive but I'm wondering if putting the source on the SSD is worth it over time? Will I be killing the SSD too fast if I'm ripping and deleting anime sources too it? I don't convert the source to huge lag files, I just rip and edit with avs files so that saves some trouble. Usually the sources are only around 20-40gb. If I edit a bluray source, I'll be putting it on the data drive for obvious reasons anyway.
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