1) Will there be an extra input on the motherboard for me to add this SSD Drive? (As opposed to having to replace my HDD with the SSD)
2) If I could add it instead of replacing it, would there be space in the case for this? I know taking out the CD drive is supposed to be pretty easy, so I thought I might be able to stick it in that area and just ditch the CD drive. Thoughts?
3) If I can only have one drive in this laptop, you think I would be able to run with just a 128GB SSD drive? It seems to me it wouldn't be terrible, but I don't know for sure. So you have some idea of what I'll be using it for: I'll have windows 7, a couple games (League of legends and Rift) and will be using this for college as a computer science major with a focus on networking and security. As I'm not in the major yet, I'm not really sure how much hard drive space those project would be taking. I'd love a 250gb drive, but I'm on a budget and can't really afford it, and have a desktop at home with 1tb for my larger storage needs.
Anyways, any and all feedback would be great, thanks!
Edit: After browsing a bit, I'm actually considering looking at http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... instead, I see that it is one GB less in the video memory, even though it is the same model of card. Not sure if this would be a large step down, but considering I wouldn't have to bother with upgrading the RAM, I think I would save like $150. And maybe this computer has an extra input? Dunno...
Second Edit: After some more research: I am SO confused on which one to get at this point. What I want is the most power I can get out of a computer that costs me no more than $600, and then I will buy a $100 SSD drive to put in it, preferably it will have an extra slot so I can utilize both the SSD and HDD.