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 Solved1 year old SSD 64g Crucial M4 Fails to boot.... Freezing Forum Solved2x 64G Sandisk SSD vs 1x128G Samsung EVO 840 SSD? Forum mSATA SSD 64G low speeds in Asus A56C notebook Forum GA-Z68XP-UD3P 64G SSD + Raid or not? Forum SolvedUpgrading Boot Drive from HDD to SSD using HDD as storage Forum SolvedSSD boot drive and HDD programs and games? Forum SolvedReplacing Boot drive with SSD. Transfering the OS? Forum SolvedHow do I stop games from putting saves directly to my Boot Drive (SSD)? Forum SolvedSSD Boot Drive: Windows 8.1 + MS Office + 1 or 2 Games Forum SolvedSwitching boot drive SSD, old one faulty Forum SolvedFX 6300 + SSD boot drive VS. i5 4670 + 1TB WD Blue Forum SolvedSSD not booting as primary drive; System still recognizes old boot files Forum Solvedwindows 7 home premium RAM limit ! SSD boot drive. Forum SolvedPC takes a long time to boot from SSD when IDE drive is connected (after replacing motherboard) Forum SolvedBest SSD for boot drive Forum SolvedHow to add an SSD as a second non-boot drive with an HDD as primary in Windows 7 Forum SolvedIs a 32GB SSD big enough to use as a startup drive? Forum SolvedNew build - wont boot to bios if I connect HDD, SSD or DVD drive! Forum SolvedIntel SRT or SSD boot drive? Forum SolvedI can't decide between a 256gb boot drive w/ 1tb hdd or one big ssd like a 500gb evo? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !