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  • Seedbox HDD vs SSD?

    Hi,
    Wanted to know if anyone has any experience with 10gbit SSD seedboxes.
    I am considering an ssd seedbox and wanted to know if it worth the price.
    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    I have only used a 1gbit SSD seedbox and for me it's not worth the loss of space that you get with an hdd.
    Maybe with will be more noticeable in a 10gbit connection.

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    • #3
      Ok. I'll wait for someone with a 10gbit seedbox. Thanks anyway :)

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      • #4
        Never used a 10gbit dedicated server with an SSD, but I have used one with a raid 0 of 4 2tb drives. The raiding of drives made a big difference and I'm sure an SSD would too.

        10gbit only makes sense if you actually have a storage medium that fast.

        Also keep in mind that was with auto-dl snatching a ton of new torrents and 8tb of data to seed. YMMV.
        "Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man is no more." - Nikola Tesla

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dergloom View Post
          Hi,
          Wanted to know if anyone has any experience with 10gbit SSD seedboxes.
          I am considering an ssd seedbox and wanted to know if it worth the price.
          Thanks in advance!
          I've been using 10gbit SSD.

          In general 1-2Gbit servers don't need SSD at all. It's a waist of money. They need at least 2xHDD multiplied in RAID0. That's enough.

          10Gbit definatelly need SSD, 32GB RAM, and at least E3-1240V5. Everything below this processor will bottleneck 10gbit transfers read/write.

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