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Do you prefer SSD's or HDD's


I like both..SSD is super fast and good for OS (duh) and HDD is good for mass storage. I have a pile of old and new hard drives, but no SSD's, but I can see myself switching when I grow the balls to spend 200 bucks on something barely big enough for Windows and a few important programs.

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Both of them have their reasons to be in your comptuer, your SSD is a speed demon capable of getting your OS up and running in little to no time, but they are low capacity / expensive. HDD's are slower but can come with enough space to house everything you could possibly want on them for very cheap.

 

In short

SDD's are for performance.

HDD's are for storage.  

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Both, but i dont mind switching to SSD only in the future, when they are cheaper ofc :P

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I love SSDs for their speed and silence. I'd replace all my HDDs with SSDs if it wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg, not least of all because that would total around 5TB of storage.

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Absolutely SSD's. Need one for my laptop now...

Never say it's not broken. Everything is broken. Why? Because everything needs MOAR POWA!

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SSD

CPU: Core i7 4770K @ 3.5GHz Motherboard: ASUS Z87-EXPERT RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4x8GB) 1600 MHz GPU(s): EVGA GTX 980 Classified SLI Case: Coolermaster HAF X Storage: Samsung 256 GB 840 Pro, 2x2TB WD Caviar Black, 2x4TB WD Green PSU: Corsair AX860 860W Display: LG 31MU97-B 4K(4096x2160) and Dell S2716DG 27in 2K 1440p 144hz, Cooling: Noctua NH-D15 Keyboard: Corsair K70 with Cherry MX Blue switches Mouse: Razer Naga Epic Chroma and Death Adder Chroma Sound:Audioengine D1 Dac and Sennheiser HD650 Operating System: Win 10 Pro

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