Should I upgrade to an SSD? Tags: Hard Drives SSD External Hard Drive New Build Storage Last response: July 4, 2011 4:01 PM in Storage Share firexxattxx July 4, 2011 3:50:10 PM For my last piece of my new build, Do I need SSD? Or should I stay with external hard drive? My budget build will be about 1100$ or so. More about : upgrade ssd GhislainG a c 82 G Storage July 4, 2011 3:54:04 PM You don't need an SSD (most PCs don't have one), but it's nice to have if you can afford it. Why can't you use an internal hard disk? m 0 l hunuok July 4, 2011 4:01:36 PM An SSD will certainly speed up your PC performance. Load times will dramatically increase as will data transfer rates. If gaming don't expect higher frame rates though. A series 2 SSD (say 60Gb) for Windows/Office etc will enhance your system and is relatively inexpensive. Coupled with a HDD for storage, it will be an ideal setup. Good luck. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedShould upgrade SSD for my gaming rig? Forum Solvedshould i upgrade to ssd? Forum Solvedshould i upgrade to windows 8.1 or buy an ssd Forum SolvedShould I upgrade my memory or get an SSD or a new CPU? Forum SolvedUpgrading to SSD, should I get more ram or a new headset? Forum Should I Upgrade to SSD ... My Laptop Currently 8GB and Core I7...Do i need the upgrade? Forum SolvedSSD upgrade -should I or should I not. Forum SolvedShould I upgrade to an SSD? Forum SolvedDo you think that I should upgrade to an SSD? Forum The order in which I should upgrade OS/SSD/RAM? Forum Should I upgrade CPU or get a SSD? Forum What should I upgrade next, SSD or CPU? Forum Should I upgrade to a SSD or make the MBA move? Forum Should I upgrade my SSD? Forum Solvedjust upgraded to ssd. what should i do with hdd? Forum Should I upgrade to an SSD Forum Should I upgrade from a 750gb HDD to 250gb SSD Forum Should I upgrade to SSD or increase capacity? Forum Crucial SSD, should I upgrade firmware? (just purchased) Forum Solvedwhat SSD should i get? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !