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wait is 60gb enogh for games like bf3 cod and stuff like that?
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wait is 60gb enogh for games like bf3 cod and stuff like that?

Direct those installs to the storage drive
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follow Seans guide and trin down windows and you will be fine.. tho SSDs dont really benefit games much apart from loading times.. smile.gif
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post #64 of 81
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Okay, so what should I be putting on my SSD when I get it?
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Okay, so what should I be putting on my SSD when I get it?

OS,Drivers and other software that has to run off the primary drive.

This what I did:
Installed everything above on my ssd's,
Then created another program files 2 folder and program files (x86)2 folder ,
Placed them on my storage drive and installed games,steam,origin, & other software there.
Edited by AMOCO - 4/11/12 at 12:26am
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Ok.
Guys is this a good hard drive from my local store???
http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/cssd-f60gb3a-corsair-force-series-60gb-p-55009.html?sort=2a

Yeah, thats just as good or better than the Crucial M4s. IMO.
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post #68 of 81
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Yeah, thats just as good or better than the Crucial M4s. IMO.

Agreed,Very good read/write speeds.

Here is how I did my folders on my storage drive:

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Edited by AMOCO - 4/11/12 at 12:33am
post #69 of 81
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ok. Then its settled. Hey guys I just remembered that in my motherboard its got this feature called Intel® Smart Response Technology.
Heres the link: http://www.gigabyte.com.au/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3850#ov . Scroll down to the second feature. To what I understand it moves the very frequently used files and programs to the SSD from the HDD depeneding on how much you got in your SSD capacity. Is this true. If it is I dont have to worry about where to install thing smile.gif
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Can you Raid 0 an SSD and a Hard drive?
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