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Will Windows 7, BF3, TF2, and Saints Row the Third all fit on my 60 gb SSD?
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  1. I do not know the install size of all those games but the drive will really slow down when free space is down to 15%! I would only install two games first and then check free space!
  2. no, but there's really no reason to put games on an ssd.

    i originally had a couple on my 128gb ssd, and removed them to make room for other programs. loading times might be a few seconds faster, but they aren't instant. its really not worth it.
  3. not worth it, OS takes up 20, bf3 for me took up 13. store it on a hdd leave the os and programs on ssd
  4. What about Windows? I can use the SSD as just a boot drive.
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    Yes you can, depending on what other programs you have you can still use it for one or two games!
  6. Best answer selected by benjamincakir.
  7. welshmousepk said:
    no, but there's really no reason to put games on an ssd.

    i originally had a couple on my 128gb ssd, and removed them to make room for other programs. loading times might be a few seconds faster, but they aren't instant. its really not worth it.


    I agree for most games, however there is a significant improvement when playing MMORPG style games due to the huge amount of caching that goes on while playing these types of games. On a regular HHD you will get a lot of random "stuttering" as data is pulled from the HDD as it is needed on the fly. With an SSD that effect is totally eliminated.
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