Is a 64G SSD enough for a boot drive? Tags: New Build SSD Boot Windows 8 Hard Drives Systems Last response: January 13, 2013 7:49 PM in Systems Share holisticgrant January 13, 2013 7:34:10 PM Is 64g enough for a boot drive? I have Windows 8 64b Ultimate. I will put everything else on HDD. I just notice a lot of people have 256g for their boot drives. Do I really need that much more space and why? Thank you More about : 64g ssd boot drive TheBigTroll January 13, 2013 7:35:00 PM 64gb is enough but its not enough when you want to store a game on it. id at least get a 128gb holisticgrant January 13, 2013 7:49:09 PM Thank you. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumGA-Z68XP-UD3P 64G SSD + Raid or not? Forum1 year old SSD 64g Crucial M4 Fails to boot .... Freezing ForumQuantum (now Maxtor) Fireball ST 6.4G ; Is it OK to use LBA.. ForumCan RAID 0+1 be made with SSD 's in 0 and an HD for the mirror? ForumGuide for installing win7 on new ssd ? ForumIf using 2 SSDs and SRT, will it attempt to cache from the storage SSD Forum2500K with SSD *OR* 2700K with 7200 rpm HDD? ForumIs there any point in partitioning an SSD ? ForumHow big of an SSD should I get? (There wasn't an SSD section) Forum120G SSD Cached with IRST - Not Fast Forum60Gb SSD is it worth it? ForumHow to install a second ssd and enable raid ForumConsidering a SSD ForumQustion about z68 ssd cache ForumHelp Building $700 Gaming PC Forum[Solved] System Wont Boot... Error Code "05" on Asrock Extreme 4 Motherboard Forum[Homebuilt] SSD + Normal 2 OS's causing crashes?? ForumFirst Boot: Fans and CD drive work, but tv/monitor says "no signal" ForumWindows 7 wont boot black screen Forum[Solved] Optical drive issue More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !