WIndows RC 7 / SSD question... Tags: CPUs SSD Partition Last response: June 9, 2009 5:20 AM in CPUs Share chrohm June 8, 2009 3:04:47 PM I've got a 32gb ssd drive and a 1 tb western digital sata drive... Should i put the OS in a partition on the 1tb drive and my more mem intensive programs on the SSD (audio recording)...or should I put the OS on the 1tb drive? I'm also thinking about ubuntu also in a partition. What configuration makes the most sense/quickest? More about : windows ssd question Mousemonkey a b à CPUs June 8, 2009 3:10:33 PM OS on the SSD should result in a 'snappier' system. Leinahtan June 9, 2009 5:20:05 AM Wait a second... did you ask whether you should put your OS on the 1TB... or the 1TB...? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWindows 7 RC upgrade question Forum SolvedQuestion for extra SSD on RC-333 mid tower Forum SolvedInstalled Windows 7 on SSD but my HDD also has Windows 7 Question. Forum SolvedInstalling Windows 7 on SSD AMD motherboard then switching. Quick Question/issue. Forum SolvedUpgrading my laptop w/SSD, question about installing windows 7 home premium Forum SolvedUpgrading old HDD to new HDD and SSD: Windows 7 license key and other questions Forum SolvedWindows 7 - SSD - RAID reinstall question Forum Just got a new SSD and put Windows 8.1 Pro on it. Have questions about installing programs from Windows 7 Drive! Forum SolvedHow Do I Use the Upgrade Version on My Windows 7 RC? Forum SolvedUninstalling WINDOWS 7 RC Forum SolvedRe-Installing Windows 7 RC Forum SolvedWindows 7 Beta to RC1 Upgrade Forum SolvedWindows 7 RC Forum SolvedWindows 7 Upgrade path from RC not supported... Forum SolvedDoes Windows 7 RC support Malwarebytes? Forum SolvedWindows 7 RC Confusion! Forum SolvedTrying to install windows 7 rc on third hard drive Forum SolvedCan you upgrade to any version of Windows 7 from the Windows 7 RC? Forum SolvedTO BE CLEAR... Windows 7RC on a new i7 System... Forum SolvedWindows 7 RC and Activation Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !