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How do I know I am recording on my SSD hard drive and not my HDD?

How do I know I am recording on my SSD harddrive and not my HDD? I have the samsung EVO 840, and am recording with fraps set video capture to 150 FPS. People all over say that recording on a second hard drive helps a TON but I see little to no improvement of FPS in game. I have my game Installed on my HDD at 7200 rpm and I am saving my recording on my SSD.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!
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    Actually it's fine to have Fraps and the game on the same harddrive, the thing you want on a separate hard drive is the 'target' for saving the generated video (basically where it says "Folder to save movies in" should be a separate harddrive from the one the game is on :P)

    For example: Fraps & Minecraft on Drive C, "Folder to save movies in" should be Drive D (or F, or whatever letter :P)
  2. iceblitzed said:
    Actually it's fine to have Fraps and the game on the same harddrive, the thing you want on a separate hard drive is the 'target' for saving the generated video (basically where it says "Folder to save movies in" should be a separate harddrive from the one the game is on :P)

    For example: Fraps & Minecraft on Drive C, "Folder to save movies in" should be Drive D (or F, or whatever letter :P)


    Okay good, Thanks! Thats what I have been doing.
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