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What ssd should I put my OS on?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have just bought 2 ssds, one is a 2tb nvme 3.0 tlc drive and the other a 1tb 4.0 drive. They have similar QD1 and thread count 1 performance, and I assume that is what allot of the operations windows does, so It doesn't matter which one I put it on?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, AndreiArgeanu said:

It doesn't really matter, you won't notice much of a difference when it comes to booting or starting apps.

Ok thank you, I'll put it on the larger drive then.

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I'd use the 4.0 drive for the OS and the most important programs, and the 2TB SSD as a backup/mass storage drive.

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