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Default Mini 10v uses Samsung UM410 SSD - 06-04-2009, 11:04 AM

I can confirm that the 8GB SSD shipped with the UK Dell Mini 10v is a Samsung UM410 SSD - this is the same as the 16GB SSD model. I haven't run any benchmarks for the 8GB but on Overclockers forum the 16GB is showing pretty fast speeds of 85MB/s read and 45MB/s write.

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Default 06-04-2009, 02:38 PM

That is pretty fast. I went with the default 120Gb drive. It does 54MB/s read and write.

Edit: I ran ATTO again, i could not get it to go past 45MB/s on the 120gb disk drive. It was faster when windows 7 was initially loaded. I did apply several driver updates that were part of the windows update.
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Default Adding 320GB HD to mini 10v - 06-15-2009, 10:50 PM

I ordered a 10v yesterday and it will be delivered on teh 17th. Am excited about getting. new toy you know. I ordered it with teh standard 120GB hd but wanted to know if I can swap in a 320 SATA 2.5. I have a new one that not using. Also wanted to know if I can add an 8 GB SSD. Many Thanks. I plan on booting this think up out of the box to make sure allis well then rip it apart and put in the 2GB RAM (I have 4 spares so why not)

Looks like a great little machine. Really only need it for travel, basic office and email.

Many Thanks in advance
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Default 06-15-2009, 11:56 PM

Congratulations. You will like the 10v.
Any 2.5" SATA hard drive will work; either SSD or "regular" spinning HDD. Just one at a time, though....LOL

You might want to make an image of the HDD right after you get it started and put it aside in case something goes wrong. If you don't have Backup/Imaging software, Acronis True Image comes highly recommended and you can "try" it for 30 days. Enough time to make a backup.

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Default 07-02-2009, 11:37 PM

SPECS on the aforementioned SSDs...
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