Originally Posted by Vitaminx
Ah I was going to ask if games benefited if you put them on a storage hard drive. Guess I got my answer then. But even though, games probably don't benefit too much from being on the SSD. Would probably be hard to fit them on there anyways.
well, if you got the 120gb ssd, you be able to fit a couple on there, as for the benefit of having a game on a SSD is that the maps load's quick.
COD4MW1 loads snap of a finger for me on MP maps.
World at War is different, I believe WAW MP maps is loaded up by CPU power and not disk speed. Maybe disk speed by fraction but mostly by cpu power.
How i know about waw, waw loaded up just a tad fast on my SSD rather my internal 2nd install hdd location. I did a test with waw and MW1, waw loaded a lot faster with my cpu overclocked @4.1ghz vs 2.83ghz on mp maps, cod4mw1 had no effect it loaded slow on the hdd and snap of a finger on the ssd whether my cpu was overclocked or not.
I dunno how bc2 does or any other game.
App's like nero,ccleaner, firefox,resource monitor,programs and features on w7, sidebar, aida64,msi afterburner,amsn,open office, they all load with a snap of a finger being on mt ssd vs 10 seconds or more on a hdd.
Windows7 boots up in 14 seconds vs my hdd @ 43 seconds.