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Doing alot of web design would a WD green drive be too slow for these to run off?
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why not just go SSD?
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Its definitely fine for DW, but PS can be troublesome on a hdd when you're working with high res images. It will still work tho, but if you can get an ssd +hdd that would be optimal.

If you've never used an ssd before it makes a huge difference, no more long loading times, everything opens instantly, it saves a huge amount of time and headache in a days work.
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used a WD green drive for years with both apps for web pages (though PS is the only one that needs a scratch disk) and never had a problem. thumb.gif
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