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ISRT with a 256gb SSD and 500gb HDD

post #1 of 4
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Is ISRT useful when im using the HDD primarily as storage? Its a big SSD and I have everything I want on it currently and I still have about 150gb of space on it. Do you think its worth setting up SRT and using up SSD space to do so?
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No. Anything larger than 64GB (And I even think 64GB is enough...) shouldn't be put towards IRST. Just use the SSD as an OS drive and throw media on the 500GB.
post #3 of 4
No, you have enough space on the SSD. As driftkidd2323 said, IRST is meant more for people who can't cash enough money for a full SSD solutions, and you can end up buying a cheap 40-60 GB SSD and boost your system overall. If you have the money for a 128 GB SSD or more, you do not need it.
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Alright, thanks guys. Thats what I wanted to know.
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