Advice much appreciated Tags: Hard Drives SSD Storage Last response: July 9, 2010 7:17 AM in Storage Share amreiss July 9, 2010 7:13:15 AM For a multipurpose/autocad build what would you suggest as far as a harddrive and most likely an SSD I already have a 2TB WD external drive. i was thinking an SSD would make sense to help apps run faster? is it difficult to chose what to put on an SSD Thanks for the help More about : advice appreciated amreiss July 9, 2010 7:14:43 AM If i want the fastest Hardrive possible should i get one with 15000RPM or should i get the Samsung F3 ive been hearing so much about. or the Velociraptor m 0 l buwish a b G Storage July 9, 2010 7:17:51 AM You might as well go with a SSD. What are you looking to spend? Depending on your budget, I recommend the Intel X-25M. I believe it comes with 80GB or 160GB depending on the specific model. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedFirst time building, advice from some gurus would be much appreciated! solution SolvedFirst PC build. Compatibility check/advice much appreciated! solution SolvedNew Build advice much appreciated Forum First ever build, some quick advice much appreciated! Forum Build suggestions. Advice is much appreciated. $1700 Forum New build, advice very much appreciated Forum Need advice on this build. Much appreciated. Forum Fx 4100 OC advice, much appreciated Forum New Gaming Build, Advice much appreciated! Forum Advice Much Appreciated on build Forum Advice/opinions on new build much appreciated! :) Forum Upgrading Nvidia GEForce 9800 GT - advice much appreciated Forum 5000$ First Build. Advice very much appreciated. Forum My first build. Advice would be much appreciated. Forum < $2100 Gaming Rig (Opinions and Advice Much Appreciated!) Forum First timer looking for advice on build(input much appreciated) Forum E8400 need a new mobo, advice much appreciated Forum A new SFF? Advice much appreciated... Forum Building First Gaming System (Opinions & Advice Much Appreciated!) Forum Advice on this build very much appreciated Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !