Originally Posted by -javier-
i just found out that the 1T harddrive that i got not only spin ar 7.2k but it also a 6g which my motherboard supports.
No hard drives use the full bandwidth of SATA2, so SATA3 "6g" is just a method of selling new HDDs and not a useful feature. Even a Velociraptor (10k HDD) only hits mid 120s MB/s. Their burst may just barely reach 150MB/s.
SATA3 isn't useful until you start getting into SSDs.
Grats on the 7.2k drive though.
Originally Posted by ManOnFire
check out the app SteamMover....A must for all steam owners who want to move games and files
All you have to do is delete everything in the Steam folder except the "steam.exe" and the steamapps folder, move the Steam folder where you want it, then run steam.exe. It will redownload everything required and reassociate everything.