M28 performance in MacbookPro
Hi guys! i'm new here and i owned a the new m28 128GB to upgrade my unibody 15 inch MacBook Pro late 2008, nVidia GeForce 9400M with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory and nVidia GeForce 9600M GT with 256MB, 4GB ram DDR3 1066, 2.4G (P8600).
for the first... maybe i have the wrong attitude to a SSD. but its performance disappointed me somehow a little bit...
ok. everything works fine. i cloned the hdd to ssd. it could start, shut down, restart and open applications in faster speed than the old hdd.
my question is... is that all?? only these 4 steps?? not even open files got A LITTLE BIT speed up!!! (is that normal??)
in a regular working process i didn't noticed any changes!! like open massive files in photoshop (100 jpg or 100raw files), & than batch them for a workflow with save & close file. SSD need the same time like the old 5400rpm HDD!!!! (open that much files is not only for fun or test, it's for work)
is there any performance optimizer for mac out there??(can't find any, only fo r windows...)
or something like that?? is in the disk utility the "zeroing out the data", "7 pass" or "35 pass format" usefull??
if SSD didn't help to get a better performence in comparison to ordinary HDD, than y SSD?? only to start up faster?? an shut down faster?? but not faster for working, & this for 5-10x more expensive than HDD!!! it's a little bit frustrated to have this results...... (it seems like i'd threw some WD & seagate in the garbage.... )
hope you guys have better experiences & good news for me...
Don't clone your old drive, reinstall from scratch! Old software, old performance.
"is in the disk utility the "zeroing out the data", "7 pass" or "35 pass format" usefull??"
Do NOT do this. This is for "security" not "performance."
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