Hi, Just built my first rig with Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium. There is a Crucial M4 128GB SSD installed (latest firmware 0009) but no HDD, due to silly costs at the moment. I have read about disabling the page filing (one such article on Bit-Tech itself can be found here: http://www.bit-tech.net/.../ssd-performance-tweaks-for-vista) Before I go on I must mention that I will mostly use this rig for gaming and that I have already disabled defrag, search, superfetch etc. I started MW3 and it ran fine but when I closed the game there was a message saying that the PC was running low on memory, I guess due to the page file being disabled. There is 4GB RAM installed. My questions: (following extensive search on the web) 1) Does the page file actually affect the latest SSD's? i.e. constant writing. 2) Can I set the page file to another drive? e.g. I have a 2GB USB flashdrive and a 150GB external HDD plugged in via USB3 (temp files are set to go on the HDD btw). 3) If I set the page file to go elsewhere, does Windows 7 still require a page file on the main C:\ drive (SSD)? This has probably been asked before so apologies. I did a quick search and found nothing conclusive. Many thanks in advance for any advice received!