OS dedicated SSD

Do any company build SSD with just enough space for the OS? If so what are the prices on them?
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  1. Just the OS ...or the OS and something to do with it ?

    I would suggest the 60 GB mark as the minimum

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820167023&cm_re=Intel_G2_SSSD-_-20-167-023-_-Product
  2. You can buy SSDs with as little as 32GB on them, for example:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147015

    (This particular drive is not a recommendation, it's just the first thing that showed up in Google).

    It's a little smaller than I'd personally want, but it's large enough to hold the OS.
  3. That's ok found an answer thanks tough.
  4. Pointless to just use Os all you get is faster boot time. You really need your apps on there also. I run an 80G Intel one and after 1 game and my few apps I have 23G left, I wouldn't get less then 80G.
  5. daship said:
    Pointless to just use Os all you get is faster boot time. You really need your apps on there also. I run an 80G Intel one and after 1 game and my few apps I have 23G left, I wouldn't get less then 80G.

    Apps are faster, even if you only have your OS on the SSD. That's because the SSD will take care of all OS related stuff, leaving your application drive free from any OS calls.
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