SSD - max capacity? Tags: SSD Office Storage Last response: December 9, 2013 5:48 AM in Storage Share ted-celle October 2, 2011 3:43:35 PM Just built a new pc and using a 128gb SSD drive. With Win 7, MS Office and all my pictures/music/files, I'm using about 65GB with about 55GB left -- so just over half full. I've read before that SSD drives should always have ~25% free space for maximum performance. Am I ok if I fill the drive to about 80GB, or should I not worry about that? More about : ssd max capacity ncc74656 a b G Storage October 4, 2011 8:24:05 AM normal HD's should have a fair amount of space left but SSD's will only slow down on trim. the actual data speed will take a very small hit but the longevity of the drive will take a larger hit as trim wont be able to properly move data around. m 0 l asadnow2k December 9, 2013 5:48:09 AM max 1TB available or on the da way. by Samsung m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources 2.5" SSD for Notebook - max capacity with $1500 budget Forum Ssd max USABLE space for various controllers/capacity Forum SolvedWhat is best memory for MSI P67-GD55 and max capacity? Forum Solvedmax storage capacity Forum SolvedWhat's the max Ram capacity? Forum Solvedmy motherboard memory max capacity is 8gb. but windows 64bit has no limitation? will my pc can support it? Forum SolvedDo cell phones have a max video recording length excluding capacity? Forum Solved32-bit max memory capacity. Forum SolvedIs is possible to combine 2 SSD's for one total capacity ? Forum SolvedOlder Buffalo NAS, max disk size capacity? Forum max sata hd capacity Forum SolvedMax. Capacity in RAID1 for Zyxel NSA-220 Plus Forum SolvedMAX Frequency capacity Forum SolvedMax ram capacity for laptop Forum SolvedMax RAM capacity---what happens if you exceed it? Forum BSOD when motherboard max RAM capacity is reached? Please help Forum Solvedwhat ssd capacity should I buy? Forum SolvedHigh capacity fast SSD Forum Solvedssd steadily dropping in capacity, can't figure out why Forum SolvedSSD performance V capacity Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !