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Master Geek
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# 173264 17-May-2015 15:25
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I must admit is is a bit annoying having a ssd to run the PC fast and then a big sata disk for storage. 

When I do this, I tend to have some niggley configuration issues.  I try to install programs that don't need the speed onto sata, update my PC so the desktop is on sata.  However sometimes I forget and install programs that don't need to be fast onto the SSD and some programs don't give a choice about where to install them.

It won't be long before these updates are a thing of the past and the PC will run one big ssd.

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  # 1306661 17-May-2015 15:34
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Configuration made simple: Everything I can install on an SSD I do. My HDD is for storage, not programs.

I will admit to now having 4 SSDs in my computer now. I got sick of uninstalling games when I ran out of space on my SSD(s) :)

I have the need, the need for speed...

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  # 1307114 18-May-2015 12:32
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im excited about the 960GB SSd's, let alone 6TB!


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  # 1307117 18-May-2015 12:35
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larger SSD's mean less time needing to worry about organisation.  I currently have a 512, and will move to a 1TB when budget allows.  I try keep my 512 no fuller than 400GB, but at the moment it's close to 500 and I need to have a good clean out.

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