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I recently ordered a Kingston HyperX 240g SSD (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820239050)
and i already have a TB seagate (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148840)
So i don't really care about how fast Windows loads from the moment i push my power. With that being said, is there anything wrong with NOT installing the OS on a SSD and using that just for games and other frequently used apps/programs?
no there's nothing wrong... just your bootup time will be slower since your OS isn't on an SSD.. as well as accessing paging files and such... that's all, basically the faster the storage drive can be accessed the faster your CPU(Central Processing Unit) can do work on whatever you told it to fetch/execute.
ssd is like lightning rushing down metal and an hd(hard drive) is like water going thru a pipe.
just that when metal fries you're left with nothing and wehn water stops running through that pipe you can still retrieve the pipe and it's remnants.(SSD unrecoverable data if it fries, HD can recover if the disk isn't damaged)
Edited by KradisZ#1651 on 2/12/2013 9:04 PM PST
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