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    dfg555 said:
    So I have a mechanical HDD (Seagate Barracuda 500GB) connected to a SATA II port. If I bought a mobo with a SATA III port would my average read/write speed of 70-80MB improve at all, or is it worthit to buy a SATA III mobo + SSD (Samsung 840 Pro)?


    You would see no improvement at all as far as the mechanical drive goes. You would however see quite an improvement by installing an SSD
  2. SATA III mobo + SSD (Samsung 840 Pro) will be worth it if you want a fast machine as a boot drive while the Seagate Barracuda HDD can be used to store all your programs and data.
  3. unreal9400 said:
    SATA III mobo + SSD (Samsung 840 Pro) will be worth it if you want a fast machine as a boot drive while the Seagate Barracuda HDD can be used to store all your data and games.

    That's what I was planning
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