Even I have 120gb Force GT.. I only put BF3 on it and the rest (20 games) are all on other HDDs.
If you are worry about the default installation link directory and folders arrangement. You can always use Junction Link Windows.
I use this nifty app, check it out: http://schinagl.priv.at/nt/hardlinkshellext/linkshellextension.html
- Program Files
--------- BF3 (physical file are here)
--------- Mass Effect 3 (Junction Link to HDD)
--------- Dragon Age (Junction Link to HDD)
- Mass Effect 3 (physical file are here)
- Dragon Age (physical file are here)
This setup you can always install games and app as normally as you do and manually move it off the SSD and make Junction Link if you don't need it to load fast. All the Start Menu and shortcuts will remain functional.
I do know that during the game installation, you are allow manually change installation directory as well.
The good use for this is Steam games. If you only want a game off Steam to run on SSD while you have the Steam installation default to HDD. You can move that game files off HDD to SSD and have it Junction Link back to the HDD where you just moved off. So your game will be loading from SSD.
Edited by djriful - 4/2/12 at 1:14pm