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Thread: Libretto W100 - SSD Model

  1. Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    Hello,

    can somebody tell my, what SSD is build in Libretto W100 series?

    Regards
    Thomas

  2. Re: Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    What do you mean exactly? SSD capacity or what?

    Which W100 exactly?
    For instance German W100-107 has MSATA 62GB SSD.

  3. Re: Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    Hello,

    yes I was talking about the German Models. And wanted to know if the SSD is from Intel or samsung including model description.

    As far as I found so fast, these SSDs are developed by Toshiba directly. Is this true?
    Do these SSD support the Trim comand?

    Any ideas how they behaive when they are nearly full (Samsung SSD get really slow (80% slower)).

    Thanks again!
    Bigshorty01

  4. Re: Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    Hello,

    I wanted to know the model of the SSD build into that notebook.

    But as far as I could find the MSATA drive is from Toshiba?

    Does it support the Trim command?
    Does anybody have some performance Tables?

    Regards
    Thomas

  5. Re: Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    Hi Bigshorty01,

    Why is SSD model so important?
    I think itís depending on exact Libretto W100 model and country what SSD is built in.

    Furthermore there are no big differences between SSD models. All SSDs are fast and donít produce noise.

  6. Re: Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    Hello,

    this is not quite true...
    The SSD that support the Trim command are using less power since the controller does not have to look for deleted files iteself. The Trim command from OS notyfies the SSD about file deletions.

    Also SSD behaive very different when they are quite full. Samsung SSDs for example are 80% slower (which is quite a lot), Intel SSDs against do not get that much slower when full.

    Thats why I am asking...

    Regards
    Thomas

  7. Re: Libretto W100 - SSD Model
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    Hello,

    the SSD model is really important regarding perfomance!
    Samsung SSDs get up to 80% slower the fuller they get. Intel do not.

    Also if they support the TRIM command than the controller has less work locating the deleted sectors. (A SSD first has to clear a block before it can be rewritten...

    Regards
    Thomas

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