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Question about SSD with Tradestation

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January 14, 2011 12:32:19 AM

Hello,

I am really unfamiliar with how SSD's work (I think I understand the end product however-faster load/boot times) and so I was wondering if putting a trading platform program (Tradestation) onto a SSD instead of a regular hard drive, would there be any performance difference aside from just starting up tradestation quickly every day? I am just starting to build a new pc, and I got an 80gb ssd III drive that so far all I have going on it is my operating system. Thus I was mostly just wondering if there is any good reason not to put Tradestation on it (my new pc will only be used for trading)?

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January 14, 2011 1:46:45 AM

SSD are able to process data quicker so the input received from Tradestation will process quicker. In highend trading, there is a benefit to using a SSD for that reason... IMO.
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