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    Cool SSD vs HDD in tibia and ibot

    Hello, here is my question anyone over here using ssd disk instead of hdd and is it any difference in playing tibia and boting? If yes:
    If you have better fps?
    More clients?
    More steady?
    Faster reaction no lagg?


    just bought Intel SSD 330 Series (60GB, SATA 6Gb/s, 25nm, MLC)
    and thinking if this will be good move for boting station

    thx for any opinions here
    witamy w piekle

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    Using SSD in tibia will not give u a huge boost in performance, cuz any hdd is capable of loading files quick enough
    Look at my thread

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    Im using ssd and hdd on random computers (same spec just other drive) and there is no special difference in tibia and how many tibias I can open etc, Im using all tibias set as 10 fps, no huds

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    If you have better fps?
    More clients?
    More steady?
    Faster reaction no lagg?
    It doesnt depend on HDD at all.


    The only advantage is you can save some RAM usage while botting.

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