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eXtreme hard drive help

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Hello, Well today I've decided to wipe both of my drives and try out this eXtreme hard drive stuff... So I was just wondering what drive do I install windows to? My SSD or my HDD.
Pretty sure this'd be the right thread sorry if it isn't
Thanks for the help!
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SSD = Os drive
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Thanks
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Ssd will be faster.

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SSD is better for OS drive because of their insane low access times and boot speeds.

I have my OS and browsers on my 32 gig Agility and my games/programs on my 640 gig aaks
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Yep SSD are so much faster and more reliable, shame there some small compared to hard drives for the price; looking forward to the future. rolleyes.gif
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