1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 8, 2011 11:49 AM by Bill Gehrke

    solid state "disk" problem (additional to benchmark PPBM5 problem)

    Chris Nierop Level 1

      Just to give the discussion the right name from this point on. The benchmark PPBM5 test, as discussed in an earlier discussion, has led (thanks to Bill Gehrke) to the conclusion that the disk setup is very poor, and possibliy causes the problems in my system.

      Asking the company who build the system they answerd that the OS and programma's are located a solid state (principally a faster system than a normal drive)  C.

      The projects run on two other disks D and E (1T),  7200 rpm and a third disk H (750G) 7200rpm.

       

      The question is:

      1.     Does PPRO and Audition  accept the "solid state configuration? Can this maybe gives the problem of slow working drives

      2.      If solid state is not accepted by Adobe, is is advisable to run the OS (Windows 7)  on the solid state C and place all other programms on a seperate disk D?

      3.       Or is it advisable to replace the (principally faster)  solid state module for a fast normal drive 72000 rpm. with the OS and all the programms on it?

        • 1. Re: solid state "disk" problem (additional to benchmark PPBM5 problem)
          Bill Gehrke Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          CANStageVideo wrote:

           

          Just to give the discussion the right name from this point on. The benchmark PPBM5 test, as discussed in an earlier discussion, has led (thanks to Bill Gehrke) to the conclusion that the disk setup is very poor, and possibliy causes the problems in my system.

          Asking the company who build the system they answerd that the OS and programma's are located a solid state (principally a faster system than a normal drive)  C.

          The projects run on two other disks D and E (1T),  7200 rpm and a third disk H (750G) 7200rpm.

           

          The question is:

          1.     Does PPRO and Audition  accept the "solid state configuration? Can this maybe gives the problem of slow working drives

          2.      If solid state is not accepted by Adobe, is is advisable to run the OS (Windows 7)  on the solid state C and place all other programms on a seperate disk D?

          3.       Or is it advisable to replace the (principally faster)  solid state module for a fast normal drive 72000 rpm. with the OS and all the programms on it?

          1.  Yes

          2.  No

          3   If you have a 72,000 rpm disk drive it might be as fast as the SSD