Gaming pc SSD HDD questions

I'm building a new gaming pc and I am trying to decide what hard drive setup to get. Here are my options:
1) get a 128gb ssd (low price right now to be used mainly for Windows) with a 10,000 rpm hdd (games, apps, etc)
2) get a larger ssd
3) get two ssd

Is there an advantage to any one of these over the others? Also, I have read about how the ssd drives wear out faster, and how you should not defrag them. Is this true? Is is worth it to RAID two ssds?

Sorry for all of the questions. Thanks!
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    128gb ssd will be enough to put windows and games/applications on it you often use. and then you don't need 10000rpm hdd, any 7200 wil do, like wd caviar blue
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