Originally Posted by TwoCables
Oh man... yeah, I just noticed which motherboard you have.
I thought about upgrading it, but then I realised that, whilst it may give me a bit of an overclock, it wouldn't be worth the price difference.
Originally Posted by Shane1244
You only need a lot of space if you store media. I'm only using 29Gb on my current SSD, that's with about 50 apps and the OS.
When I get one, I plan to just use it for Windows and programs.
I have 300GB of downloads, 100GB of media, and 200GB of games. So moving completely to SSDs would be very expensive indeed for me, but it's not as if I would notice the difference of an SSD nearly as much when opening a video file as opposed to opening a program.