I've seen on here people that have Windows installed on a dedicated SSD drive. What benefit does this offer? As copying regular files everywhere else would still be slower, right?
Also putting an SSD in, they don't right? You could literally lay it inside the case and it would work fine, correct? I'm not too sure how they work. I've seen a picture where someone just laid it in the HD cage, not screwed it and they said it was perfect.
Best Answer sc302 , 29 July 2014 - 16:26
the point is to have windows load as fast as possible and to have the applications load as fast as possible. After all it isn't the 20k files that load slow, it is everything that requires a load of dlls and exes to get up and running. Put your saves on your mechanical drive and your apps/os on your ssd. You can purchase a 2.5 to 3.5 caddy/insert for around $5 http://www.amazon.co...r&condition=newGo to the full post