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  1. So, for example, In my SSD m.2 NVMe I should install Windows, Music programs, and other system programs (like Adobe's programs, Office, Skype, discord, Protools Fl studio etc etc etc) and then an SSD for the VST libraries and, for example, games, and an big HDD for mass storage for other things?
  2. I'm going to use my PC for different types of working, such as Music Production, Video Production and some minor gaming, and in this process of building a new PC i've been struggling with one thing, what should I use on what? I can use SSD M.2 for OS, sure, SSD for Install stuff, sure, and HDD for other storage. But in my head, i'm thinking... Should I buy a reeeeally large SSD M.2 to put everything there? Or maybe a 250GB SSD M.2 for OS and an normal SSD for other stuff? Or should I use a 250GB M.2 for OS with a really large HDD for other stuff? So, my really question is, What should I use an SSD M.2 for? I have lot of options here, 250GB M.2 SSD + 1TB SSD or 2 TB HDD? 2TB M.2 SSD? Where should I install Programs? Where Should I put my VST Libraries for FAAAST load times? Where should I install windows? Should I use SSD M.2 ONLY for Windows, Isn't 250GB too much if thats the case? HELP!
  3. But should I install Windows ONLY? Or should I use it for programs too? what about games?
  4. I know this is problably a normally asked question, but i've been browsing the internet and find no solid anwser. I'm going to use my PC for different types of working, such as Music Production, Video Production and some minor gaming, and in this process of building a new PC i've been struggling with one thing, what should I use on what? I can use SSD M.2 for OS, sure, SSD for Install stuff, sure, and HDD for other storage. But in my head, i'm thinking... Should I buy a reeeeally large SSD M.2 to put everything there? Or maybe a 250GB SSD M.2 for OS and an normal SSD for other stuff? Or should I use a 250GB M.2 for OS with a really large HDD for other stuff? So, my really question is, What should I use an SSD M.2 for? I have lot of options here, 250GB M.2 SSD + 1TB SSD or 2 TB HDD? 2TB M.2 SSD? Where should I install Programs? Where Should I put my VST Libraries for FAAAST load times? Where should I install windows? Should I use SSD M.2 ONLY for Windows, Isn't 250GB too much if thats the case? HELP!
  5. Well guys. thank you very much for the opinions. I will use it primarly for Adobe Premiere / Photoshop, etc.. Also will be using Protools / FL Studio And DAWs like that for music composition with lots of Virtual Libraries. I thinking in buying a video card, but not right now, Anyway, i will use it only for mild gamming like League of Legends and stuff like that.
  6. Hi guys! I've been studying all types of hardware in order to get the perfect build for my needs. I don't want any graphics card right now, but sure i wanna leave room for an upgrade. This build is for (Mainly) Video and Music production. I will eventually use it for some gamming, but not that much. Can you help me figured it out if this build is well thought? Any ideas for improvement? https://pcpartpicker.com/user/DiogoJourdan/saved/FHZQqs
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