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does it a good idea to instal all of the games into my second harddisk and keep my main hard disk only for windows and program

does it a good idea to instal all of the games into my second harddisk and keep my main hard disk only for windows and program
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  1. In reality it shouldn't make a difference unless one of those disks are an SSD, then the recommended thing is install the OS and your most played games on it and leave the rest on the HD.
  2. I mean im gonna install a lot of games maybe hundrets of gbs of games my second hard drive is 1 tb
    my main hard drive for my windows is 500 gb
    so how do you said it shouldn't make a difference ??
  3. You won't see any special difference if you put your OS and games in different hard drives. You will however see improvement if you put your OS and most played games in the SSD. It will boot and run way faster than putting it in a hard drive. So I suggest you get a pretty decent GB of SSD.
  4. Best answer
    Short answer: Yes

    Long answer: It's mainly because if you're using an SSD as your primary drive, you have to keep in mind that they slow down after you load them above a certain capacity, and the large files that games require these days will fill up those drives very quickly. SSDs also have a far more limited number of read and write cycles than traditional mechanical HDs do.
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