SSD Leeching Tags: CPUs SSD Last response: July 19, 2012 3:50 AM in CPUs Share Lunixed July 19, 2012 1:31:47 AM Something is sucking my SSD, it used to be 77 and now is 74 and I have not update nor install any programs. SSD owners, any tips (by that I mean, real experiences) thanks More about : ssd leeching hunter315 a c 134 à CPUs July 19, 2012 1:41:46 AM 77 what and 74 what? Can i get some units and some more adjectives? rds1220 a c 134 à CPUs July 19, 2012 2:08:07 AM What are you talking about, megabytes? Related resources Something is leeching space from my SSD ... - Forum Configuration/Component Opinion - Forum FX-8120 VS I5-2500 - Forum New computer and Internet but still getting lag - Forum "Omega" build discussion - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer cbag July 19, 2012 3:12:47 AM Probably talking GB. Its either the page file or the hibernation file. Both grow and end up about the same size as your ram. So if you have 8GB ram you will end up with 8GB pagefile and also 8GB hibernation file. amuffin a c 183 à CPUs July 19, 2012 3:46:56 AM Windows writes a ton of files....that's why unksol a b à CPUs July 19, 2012 3:50:05 AM Or system restore, program installs, etc etc... Hard to say with such a vague "question" Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumAsus Eee PC - Impressions and request for ideas Forum1600.00 build almost from scratch. Forum[Need Advice] GTX 670 or GTX 660ti ForumWhich would be better for recording games like Battlefield 3? ForumUpgrading from GTX 460 1GB as part of a large overhaul, $300 budget ForumBuild a Dell for Me / Up to $6000 Budget ForumUpgrading HD 6870 Crossfire; $600 Budget ForumShould I upgrade from i3-530 to i7-3770K? ForumPSU - 550W enough? ForumI dont know wtf is going on ForumSSD Tip? Forum[Solved] Desktop Case to buy for an SSD drive ForumXbox 360 + SSD = ? Forum[Solved] SSD or Case Upgrade? ForumCore i7-3960x + Gigabyte MB Vs Core i7-3770k + Intel MB + 180GB SSD Vs Core i7 More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !