I just bought an Intel 330 series 120gb ssd for my new build. I plan on using it as my boot drive for windows 7 home premium (oem). While I know that space is fine for the os, I wanted to know if it would be a good idea to use it for games (minecraft, steam files, etc). I'm not sure because the games could use up more lifespan due to reads/writes. Is it a good idea to do this or should I just use my 1tb hdd?
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There are no lifespan issues with current generation SSDs.
Just disable defrag and use the SSD as you would a HDD.
Windows automatically disables defrag on all SSDs it detects when you run WEI (Windows Experience Index).