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Old 04-09-2017, 02:41 AM
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Default Recording into SSD?

Hi ,
Normally we record 100 tracks at a time into a hard drive, now we have the option to record into a SSD.
Performance wise SSD is better, but I heard that SSD only have a limited time of writing/reading, if you reach that time, that Data would be gone/corrupt, so is it really safe to record into SSD instead of hard drive?

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