I bought my first SSD 2 years ago and it was only a 3 gb/s model. Now that the 6gb/s models are all over the place and prices are coming down for the larger drives I'm considering getting another. Do you think it's worth it to go for a 6 gb/s drive if you're going to be using it mostly for Windows and games over a 3gb/s? I'm thinking of a 240 gb.
The problem now is that the 60gb model i have now fills up too quickly after Windows and a couple of games are installed. I'm looking for a little more breathing room for my Steam files and thought I might get an upgrade in drive performance while I'm at it.
Hi mate, what I'd recommend is that you get a 120GB SSD & Install Windows and your MAIN applications on there + a few games. And then get an extra 1TB hard-drive to install your other applications & games on. That's what I've got at the moment , two ssd's for my applications ( I need fast access for the work I do ) and a 3TB Hard-Drive set up for everything else. It works out cheaper and works nice together.