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In my sig is a link "SSD owners must have app!"
Well worth a look imo
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I'd install the OS and all my Apps to the SSD!
And install Steam and any other game stuff to a dedicated HDD
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And use SteamMover to move games, "on and off" of the SSD
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This is how I have my drives
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Good choice, I got mine 64gb version today, doing 413mb read in test which is kick ass. Firmware 002 since I don't know how to update to 009 but its alright! I can live wit it.
 

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Thanks! So I should put the client on the HDD. Will it not work the other way? Just wondering.

You could install Steam to the SSD! And then move games that don't need the SSD speeds, to a HDD!
OK, it would mean more writes to the SSD. But nothing to be worried about
 

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I would say it all depends on how many games you have that you want to install. I personally have mine all installed on my SSD.
 
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