acronis true image home 2010 hdd ssd

Before i install X, i activate Try and Decide.
GTX 980Ti G1, sound Card, soundBlaster X-FI XtremeGamer, monitor(s) Displays.
After 4 days of using my new SSD, i have ( SSD Life soft ) about : data read 320 GB data written 192 GB Is that not game hd galaxy y terbaru to much, after 4 days?
I mention that i didn't created the Acronis Secure Zone.
I'm a retired Computer Pro but I cannot see getting anything except the home version.The copy of your OS in the virtual environment has every thing that you need operate while using the virtual disk.Corsair 750W, case, cooler Master HAF 922, hard Drives 1 SSD Intel 330 2 x Western Digital 6400 aaks 1 x Western Digital 3200 aaks stereo # 2 Wishmaster It may be a good idea to have your Try and Decide partition on a seperate.But when i used the HDD as C partition, some time before, i didn't have those problems, and i never created Acronis Secure Zone.Please give me some tips, i really need / like / use a lot / Acronis, i don't wanna change this program.I only removed My Documents to D ( HDD ) because there are a lot of folders "saved games" and i wanna keep them in D partition.USB stick for instance or to an external disk.Acronis Backup Service, acronis Backup (Acronis Backup Recovery).7/11.5.If you save it is written to disk.If you discard, everything just "evaporates".About my SSD - C partition, yes, it contains only only Windows and Apps.



My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom (Self Build) OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit CPU Intel Core i7 2700k Motherboard eVGA P67 SLI Memory 8GB Mushkin Redline Ridgebacks @1866 Graphics Card evga GTX570 SC Sound Card XiFi Titanium HD Monitor(s) Displays LG W2453V Screen.
From what you have said, your SSD contains only Windows and Apps, correct?
Nothing is written (data, any changes) until you close try and decide.
But as you said, i can create Try and Decide ( Storage for virtual changes ) on D.User Name, remember Me?Could that be the reason?Sorry, i don't know how to ask.Could be, maybe, some compatibility between ATI Home 2010 and SSD?