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OS on an SSD vs. HDD

Hi folks. I was just wondering how much of an increase in performance or safety does having your OS on an SSD really give you. I don't know anything about them and I am new to all of this. Thank you guys in advance.
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    The best thing that you can do for theperformance of your computer is to make a SSD the OS drive , the increase in performance os more than worth the trouble of redoing the OS onto a SSD. There are no moving parts so there is much less chance of failure with a SSD drive then with a conventional drive. Best mave you could ever make.
  2. Thank you. I havn't put my rig together yet, so I'll wait and pick one up.
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