3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 24, 2011 11:04 AM by DuckieHo

    SSD Image Recovery Reliability

    IMK

      Hello,

       

      I am thinking of purchasing my first SSD drive. I have done a little research in to it and it seems that Intel 320 have a good reputation for reliability. So as I like to use my PC rather then fiddle with it I figure an Intel 320 is the SSD for me. I shall use it as my OS drive and I general do not keep any data files on my OS drive just about 60gb of applications although I think this is going to grow to about 80gb soon.

       

      So I was thinking that a 320 120gb would best suit my needs.

       

      My question is to do with virus recovery;

       

      What I basically do is to take an image of my OS drive every week and at the slight hint of a virus attack (about once a month) I recover my OS drive from the last image which means that I would write about 60gb of data to the drive about once a month.

       

      Would this be a problem as far as reliability is concerned?

       

      Many thanks

       

      Imk