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  • Will an SSD fix my disk usage problems?


    AsBakedAsCake
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    So I can run 20-25 bots on my computer no problem, but my disk usage keeps shooting to 100% while my CPU is only ~60%.

     

    So would installing a SSD fix this or no?

     

    SSD will fix this with high probability. Once you go SSD you never go back :D

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    So I can run 20-25 bots on my computer no problem, but my disk usage keeps shooting to 100% while my CPU is only ~60%.

     

    So would installing a SSD fix this or no?

    Is your RAM fine?

    SSD will fix this with high probability. Once you go SSD you never go back :D

    Edit.

    If it is 'disk usage' and not RAM, it will.

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    An SSD wont , thats storage. Upgrading your RAM will decrease your Memory usage. I think your 'disk usage' is memory aka RAM.

    I dont think you know what your talking about lol.

     

    How would storage affect his botting lol?

    I believe you're incorrect sir. Im only using 5 GB/16GB ram

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    I believe you're incorrect sir. Im only using 5 GB/16GB ram

    Mb. Yeah an SSD would fix your issue, Im assuming your using a HDD, what are the specs on it.

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    Get yourself a nice SSD and your all set.

    For sure.

     

    I'll grab a decent SSD, I'm sure thats my issue. Because after a long day of running my farm, my disk usage has returned to normal. like 1-5%.

     

    This happens after every cold boot. Hopefully the SSD is my savior! ;)

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