Solved Hybrid Drive or Hard Disk Drive? Tags: Hard Drives Build Storage Last response: March 24, 2013 6:01 PM in Storage Share clovermack March 24, 2013 5:39:31 PM First build... I've heard good things about boot time with the Hybrid Drive... I plan to buy one unless someone can convince me otherwise. This will be my main drive. I will install and run windows 7 on it. Advice or reason to not buy the Hybrid? More about : hybrid drive hard disk drive Best solution ss202sl a b G Storage March 24, 2013 6:01:19 PM No to the hybrid drive. If you want fast load times, get a SSD. For data storage get a HDD. Typically you have both with a SSD for the OS and a few games or applications, and everything else goes on the HDD. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhat is a "Hybrid 4G Serial ATA" hard disk drive? ForumSolved7200 RPM DUAL HARD DRIVE vs 5400 RPM HYBRID - Which is better? ForumPartitioning a hybrid hard drive ForumSolvedQuestion about HHDD (Hybrid Hard drives) and SSDs ForumSolvedWhat are Hybrid Hard Drives? ForumSSD and Mechanical Hard Drive Hybrid ForumSolvedSSD, Hard drives, Hybrid drives, Cache, etc... ForumSolvedHybrid hard drives, are they worth the money? ForumCan the Momentus® XT SSD Hybrid Hard Drive be used for a desktop? ForumSolvedHard Drive disappeard in Explorer but still shows up in Disk Management ForumSolvedcrashed hard disk drive ForumSolvedHard disk drive problems after Nvidia updates! ForumSolvedSeagate external hard drive is no longer detected by my computer. Not found in disk manager. Light is on. ForumSolvedhard drive no intialize disk ForumSolvedHard disk Recovery(local drive) ForumSolvedData unreachable after moving Hard Disk Drive ForumSolvedHard drive writing all new files to the end of the disk ForumSolvedPortable hard drive recognized as local disk ForumSolvedExternal Hard Drive is making strange sound and its not at my computer or disk management ForumSolvedBurnt/Smoked Hard Disk Drive More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !