Hello there everyone. My question is, when I make a new build and want the speeds and bootup of an ssd. Would it be best if I want to retain the relatively cheaper large storage capacity of a hard drive to set up an ssd as the boot drive / have the OS, and all my data saved onto the hard drive?
How exactly would I do this?
My thoughts are, plug both hard drive and ssd in as normal. Pop in the windows 7 installation disk and when prompted to save the OS onto the ssd. Then whenever I'm downloading music or movies to always remember to change my save directory to my hard drive and not let it write to my ssd. (in the case of this is there a default method of setting your computer to save every and anything to your hard drive?)
Hypothetically speaking, should this also preserve the longetivity of my ssd?
Would I run into any problems running two of these drives as once? (such as playing games, finding files, etc.)?
Is this as simple as I believe it to be, or are their certain procedures and programs needed to make this successful?