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Seagate 2TB SSHD or normal 3~4TB 7200 rpm drive ?

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Hi,
I already have an ssd 256 830 Samsung which almost has no space left moreover I do coding and gaming so my 2TB is also almost filled up so I am trying to figure what to buy.

I surely dont stand to work on slow system when running my apps but I also need the space so I was thinking to get seagate 2TB SSHD drive. I know it is not even close to SSD performance but I have a question:

Does the SSHD drive cache repetitive task from something like 2nd ~ 3rd time or it need alot more than that like 20 times to add it into 8GB nand ? this will help me to decide if I should get 3~4TB normal mechanical drive or not.

All suggestions/ideas are welcomed except for flip a coin smile.gif

Thanks
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Never mind I decided to get an SSD.
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