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I have a pair of 500gb mechanical drives, and a 120 agility 3 SSD coming in the mail. Currently I've got the games on one, and the system and the pagefile on the other.

Since I don't plan to buy another SSD any time soon, space is precious. Would I get the best game performance/smoothness out of having my system on the SSD, and the games on the mechanical? Or would I get the best game performance by having the SSD be my dedicated game drive, with my OS and pagefile on the two mechanical in a raid setup?

Yes I know SSDs do not technically boost maximum FPS, I'm more concerned with minimum, or games that garbage collect and dump often ( like MMOs. )
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I have a pair of 500gb mechanical drives, and a 120 agility 3 SSD coming in the mail. Currently I've got the games on one, and the system and the pagefile on the other.

Since I don't plan to buy another SSD any time soon, space is precious. Would I get the best game performance/smoothness out of having my system on the SSD, and the games on the mechanical? Or would I get the best game performance by having the SSD be my dedicated game drive, with my OS and pagefile on the two mechanical in a raid setup?

Yes I know SSDs do not technically boost maximum FPS, I'm more concerned with minimum, or games that garbage collect and dump often ( like MMOs. )

Correct me if I'm wrong. As far as I'm away, in games, SSD's are (in general) only beneficial to loading times. thumb.gif

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My setup is exactly like the one you are planning and I can tell you right now there is very little improvement on load times with the SSD as I have tried different games on my SSD and HDD. There was not that much of a noticeable difference to keep my games on my SSD, but I have my OS, page file and everything else on my SSD. I have my WD 640 split in half in two 298GB partitions, one for games and the other for music and everything else and seems to be working out pretty great.
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I think it depends on the type of game and if you're using enhancements.

World of warcraft collects all the textures you haven't seen in awhile and dumps them from ram, this is why its always so slow and nasty to teleport back home to a city, because the smatter of gear makes a ton of textures come off the harddrive.

Another case would be skyrim with a texture replacer, skyrim also does some garbage dumping, and tries to predictively load things for you.

It'd have no impact, in general, in most shooters because the shooters load the entire map and required textures into ram all at the start, there is no swapping out going on in the ram. Shooters also tend to have less textures because most of the player characters are exact clones of one another.

Then you've got a game like secondlife, where your always accessing the disk and the cache of saved textures, there is no considerate coding or conserving going on, anyone uploads any creation they please.

So I suppose my point is, it really depends upon how the game you're testing has been programmed to manage ram and harddrive use.
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Correct me if I'm wrong. As far as I'm away, in games, SSD's are (in general) only beneficial to loading times. thumb.gif

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It's hard to notice any effect on FPS because FPS is a constant thing, where as harddrive access only comes up when you roll over to a new zone or cell, basically those "Seamless" type games that MMOs often are these days.

It is like the microstuttering in SLI or crossfire, you can have high FPS, but that doesn't exactly mean it's smooth, like all bottlenecks, you're going to cause yourself little stutters.
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First of all I recommend you use this guide when installing.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-guide-optimization-for-ssds-hdds

and read this to just learn a little more on SSDs if you like..maybe add to it if you can. smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1179518/seans-ssd-buyers-guide-information-thread
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Would I get the best game performance/smoothness out of having my system on the SSD, and the games on the mechanical?

Or would I get the best game performance by having the SSD be my dedicated game drive, with my OS and pagefile on the two mechanical in a raid setup?

OS on the SSD including page file, programs apps etc. Also, you will have plenty of room for games on that 120GB drive. I only use up 30Gb on my OS drive, and I have a few extra things on it besides just apps and the OS.

Personal data like music, pics, etc on the HDDs. Including the bulk of your game library. If you use stream just have it installed to the HDDs and use steam mover to move the games to the SSD when you need.

You can run RAID on the HDDs, but I would make sure to have a backup of the RAID 0 array always just in case.
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Yes I know SSDs do not technically boost maximum FPS, I'm more concerned with minimum, or games that garbage collect and dump often ( like MMOs. )
Games like that should be on the SSD, SSDs allow games to have more constant FPS like I think you stated b4 too when loading mass amounts of random textures.
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First of all I recommend you use this guide when installing.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-guide-optimization-for-ssds-hdds
and read this to just learn a little more on SSDs if you like..maybe add to it if you can. smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1179518/seans-ssd-buyers-guide-information-thread
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Would I get the best game performance/smoothness out of having my system on the SSD, and the games on the mechanical?
Or would I get the best game performance by having the SSD be my dedicated game drive, with my OS and pagefile on the two mechanical in a raid setup?
OS on the SSD including page file, programs apps etc. Also, you will have plenty of room for games on that 120GB drive. I only use up 30Gb on my OS drive, and I have a few extra things on it besides just apps and the OS.
Personal data like music, pics, etc on the HDDs. Including the bulk of your game library. If you use stream just have it installed to the HDDs and use steam mover to move the games to the SSD when you need.
You can run RAID on the HDDs, but I would make sure to have a backup of the RAID 0 array always just in case.
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Yes I know SSDs do not technically boost maximum FPS, I'm more concerned with minimum, or games that garbage collect and dump often ( like MMOs. )
Games like that should be on the SSD, SSDs allow games to have more constant FPS like I think you stated b4 too when loading mass amounts of random textures.

Unfortunately most of my games are in steam, so I can't put the FPS games on the mechanicals, nor can I put the RPGs/expansive world games on the SSD. I use 200gb in total, for OS and steam games, so I have to pick one or the other to sacrifice.

My boot times are already low, since I ditched the windows GUI and have no windows sound effects, nor do I have more than 5 desktop icons. So in such a case, would I be right to put the games on the SSD?

My HDDs that I want to raid are 500gb barracuda drives, since it isn't something like 1/2/3TB I'm not so worried about RAID failure, at only 2 drives. Since I backup anything important to an HP external, I don't think it would be catastrophic if one of the drives killed the RAID.

I don't particularly want to use steam mover, windows 7 64bit has enough odd issues with simple things like DPI scaling, alone, that I don't want to do something strange.
Edited by Gerick - 1/27/12 at 2:35pm
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OS on my SSD and my Steam Folder on x2Samsung F1 in Raid0,fast as i need for gaming.
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Unfortunately most of my games are in steam, so I can't put the FPS games on the mechanicals, nor can I put the RPGs/expansive world games on the SSD. I use 200gb in total, for OS and steam games, so I have to pick one or the other to sacrifice.
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I don't particularly want to use steam mover, windows 7 64bit has enough odd issues with simple things like DPI scaling, alone, that I don't want to do something strange.
Heh... a feature so basic that linux users take it for granted, which has been around since god knows when!... and Windows users find it scary/strange. tongue.gif

http://schinagl.priv.at/nt/hardlinkshellext/hardlinkshellext.html

I've tested Symlinks. They degrade gracefully when targets/sources are missing. They usually show up as empty folders. I link folders from my Storage drives to my main OS drive because I'm starting to get a lot of drive letters. Occasionally I move games to my SSD and link them back to the original location. So far there hasn't been a huge difference, but it does seem to speed loadtimes up a tad. I consider it safe, because I've tested how Steam reacts if a folder is missing or empty - it considers the game to be uninstalled. However, once the link is restored, it redetects the game the next time it is started up, and everything is peachy. I wouldn't link a program that starts with Windows, but Steam games are probably safe. thumb.gif (Actually, linking a program that starts with Windows is safe too - if Windows doesn't find the EXE, nothing strange is going to happen - it just won't start the program.)

Hmm... the small difference between my HDD and SSD could have an explanation. My Steam drive is a beast - it's one of those Hitachi 2TB drives that peaks at nearly 160MB/sec sequential. I doubt my SATA2 SSD has that much of an edge.


I would probably use the SSD as the boot drive, and RAID array for Steam games. I booted fast on a HDD - 45 seconds to desktop, 55 to browser, 100 to Steam finishing loading. But now that I have an SSD as my OS drive, Steam finishes around the 50 second mark...
     
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For the most part, I think you're probably better off on average, by far, having your Windows environment on the SSD. There's a few games (The Sims 3, for example) that could benefit nicely from it, but on average, your OS and programs will probably benefit more than the average game. Doing this will still get you RAID for the games, so... I'd definitely go that way.
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