[QUOTE=DrageMester;2587633]I don’t know if disabling superfetch will improve performance (I doubt it), but I don’t think it will have any impact on wear and tear, since superfetch [U]reads[/U] pages into RAM and only [U]writing[/U] to SSD puts wear and tear on it.
If your SSD has good random read performance, Windows 7 should automatically disable superfetch anyway:
I wouldn’t worry about it and just let Windows 7 decide whether to use superfetch or not.[/QUOTE]
Thanks for that link Dragemester, very interesting indeed, just to let you know, I am not doing this for a better WEI score, I am already at 7.9 with my new build. You can see the components in my sig. I know from just making slight adjustments in what SATA ports I am connected to make a big difference in how my SSD performs. Thank for you feedback.