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Should i get a 32gb SSD for windows?

So I've just ordered a new PC and it only has a 1tb hard drive with it but I've found a 32gb SSD for £15 GBP and i was thinking of using just to boot windows. Should I?

 

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Processor Type: Intel Core i5 2nd Gen
Processor Speed: Quad core - 3.00GHz 
Graphics Processing Type: GTX1050ti 4gb
Memory: 8GB DDR3
Hard Drive Capacity: 1TB
Case : CiT F3
Operating System Windows 10
Additional Items: WI-FI Card

(Price) £364.99 GBP

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Well since you already got it you might as well, but be wary of ultra cheap SSDs. 

 

Edit: misread. Still, don't get ultra cheap SSDs.

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I was just thinking it would improve the speed of my system. It's only cheap as it's second hand and only £32

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32GB is not even close to enough. Anything below 120 is a serious handicap. At least check used listings. You can check SSDs' data written stat to get an idea of how much life it has left.

Please get a 120GB SSD, nothing less.

 

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ok thanks. So just run windows off the HDD till i can get the money for a decent SSD

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Just now, dondelucegaming said:

ok thanks. So just run windows off the HDD till i can get the money for a decent SSD

120gb ssds are 20£, so i see no reason to pay 5£ less and get much less storage in return.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-SA400S37-120G-Solid/dp/B01N6JQS8C/ref=sr_1_4?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1542214026&sr=1-4&keywords=120gb+ssd

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Kingston SSD 60gb on sale Newegg Flash if its still available.

 

Look up TeamGroup SSDs on newegg...there 240gb is $32 atm.  Its not the best but Id rather that than a tiny SSD.  Believe me bro.  I regret owning 60gb boot drives.  Waste of money.

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3 minutes ago, dondelucegaming said:

ok thanks. So just run windows off the HDD till i can get the money for a decent SSD

wow, well if that system is cleaning you out... it might be a while.

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5 minutes ago, dondelucegaming said:

ok thanks. So just run windows off the HDD till i can get the money for a decent SSD

make sure you make a separate partition for the OS, say 120GB, on the hard drive. This makes moving to an SSD later easier

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Just now, knightslugger said:

wow, well if that system is cleaning you out... it might be a while.

Yeh i struggle for money and i've saved up enough to afford it then i can build up from that i was just thinking as am gonna have it for about 2 months before i have the money for any upgrades so i was wondering if getting the SSD was worth the hassle for that time for a bit of extra boot speed

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2 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

make sure you make a separate partition for the OS, say 120GB, on the hard drive. This makes moving to an SSD later easier

Am a full time college student so am learning atm. I can build a PC and install windows to it no problems but i will have to learn about making a separate partition for the OS. Thanks :)

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I was just thinking it through. Am gonna save up for somthing like a 1tb SSD and put my games on it so it boots all my games faster and not just windows. It should be alright running windows off the HDD for a few months.

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7 minutes ago, dondelucegaming said:

Yeh i struggle for money and i've saved up enough to afford it then i can build up from that i was just thinking as am gonna have it for about 2 months before i have the money for any upgrades so i was wondering if getting the SSD was worth the hassle for that time for a bit of extra boot speed

Me before SSD - boot PC, eat a meal, touch my nono part, and then PC was ready to roll.

Me post SSD - Boot PC, pick nose, ready to roll

 

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1 minute ago, Tristerin said:

Me before SSD - boot PC, eat a meal, touch my nono part, and then PC was ready to roll.

Me post SSD - Boot PC, pick nose, ready to roll

 

If you love having time, I love booting in under 20 seconds.

I know they boot faster but I wish it was that easy to get an SSD [am Studying 6 hours a day and working another 8 but most of my money is going on utility] so its gonna be while before i can upgrade. I was just thinking of a cheap temp fix to boot times :)

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4 minutes ago, dondelucegaming said:

I know they boot faster but I wish it was that easy to get an SSD [am Studying 6 hours a day and working another 8 but most of my money is going on utility] so its gonna be while before i can upgrade. I was just thinking of a cheap temp fix to boot times :)

Then my advice is, you haven't had an SSD before don't sully yourself or your wallet with a cheap low storage SSD.  I prefer 240gb and above anymore. 

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2 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

make sure you make a separate partition for the OS, say 120GB, on the hard drive. This makes moving to an SSD later easier

It also makes backups easier and faster.

 

If your computer has room for two drives, it's most economical to put the OS and programs on an SSD and your data on an HDD.

 

You need to use partitions to segregate your data from your System (OS and programs) only if you have a one drive computer. If that's what you are faced with, even 120-128GB will be impossible to use. You would need at least 500GB. Also keep in mind that you need to keep at least 20-25% unused space on the SSD for maximum performance and write life. When calculating how large a drive to get, 90% is a good figure to use to determine how mch space will be available once the drive is formatted. Then you need to subtract 25% from that figure to determine how much space you will actually be able to use

 

Once you have an SSD, you will be spoiled for life; you will never go back.

 

For only two months of use, I would just stay with what you have now and put that money toward a good SSD later on.

 

 

1 hour ago, Tristerin said:

Then my advice is, you haven't had an SSD before don't sully yourself or your wallet with a cheap low storage SSD.  I prefer 240gb and above anymore. 

240GB and 480GB SSDs are usually (if not always) inferior drives and buying them is a waste of money. For light or intermittent usage, 250 or 500GB is better. For heavier usage, 256GB or 512GB is better still.

 

I recommend Samsung EVOs and Pros. For most people, the EVOs give the best bang for the buck. 

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One has to be proactive, not reactive, to ensure the safety of one's data so backup your data! And RAID is NOT a backup!

 

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5 minutes ago, Lady Fitzgerald said:

It also makes backups easier and faster.

 

If your computer has room for two drives, it's most economical to put the OS and programs on an SSD and your data on an HDD.

 

You need to use partitions to segregate your data from your System (OS and programs) only if you have a one drive computer. If that's what you are faced with, even 120-128GB will be impossible to use. You would need at least 500GB. Also keep in mind that you need to keep at least 20-25% unused space on the SSD for maximum performance and write life. When calculating how large a drive to get, 90% is a good figure to use to determine how mch space will be available once the drive is formatted. Then you need to subtract 25% from that figure to determine how much space you will actually be able to use

 

Once you have an SSD, you will be spoiled for life; you will never go back.

 

For only two months of use, I would just stay with what you have now and put that money toward a good SSD later on.

 

 

240GB and 480GB SSDs are usually (if not always) inferior drives and buying them is a waste of money. For light or intermittent usage, 250 or 500GB is better. For heavier usage, 256GB or 512GB is better still.

 

I recommend Samsung EVOs and Pros. For most people, the EVOs give the best bang for the buck. 

We are talking about a guy with a budget for a 32gb SSD installing it in his "new" i5 2nd gen rig.  Not a guy with a budget for a Samsung EVO.

 

Inferior to what?  They are not the bottleneck even given they are "inferior" to better SSD's - there is a reason M.2 NVMe SSD's do not offer additional anything for the average gamer/user - that's not the bottleneck.   And given his system specs, Im not sure he is going to be tasking his SDD to be up to the maximum challenge.

 

To the OP - I have TeamGroup SSD's - I have Samsung 840 and 850 SSD's - performance in real world usage is zero difference.  MAYBE booting up windows Im about 1-2 seconds faster on the 840/850 Samsungs.

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44 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

We are talking about a guy with a budget for a 32gb SSD installing it in his "new" i5 2nd gen rig.  Not a guy with a budget for a Samsung EVO...

That's why I suggested that he wait until he could afford it. He already said he would be alright running off an HDD for a few months. It's better to wait rather than waste money on something that may need replacing soon.

 

44 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

...Inferior to what?  They are not the bottleneck even given they are "inferior" to better SSD's - there is a reason M.2 NVMe SSD's do not offer additional anything for the average gamer/user - that's not the bottleneck.   And given his system specs, Im not sure he is going to be tasking his SDD to be up to the maximum challenge.

 

To the OP - I have TeamGroup SSD's - I have Samsung 840 and 850 SSD's - performance in real world usage is zero difference.  MAYBE booting up windows Im about 1-2 seconds faster on the 840/850 Samsungs.

Speed is not the only criteria for judging an SSD. Reliability is also important. The first clue that an SSD is not as likely to be as reliable as better ones is the reduced size, such as 480GB instead of 500GB. The same goes for warranty length, which is only three years opposed to the Samsung EVO's five years. TeamGroup SSDs use Marvell controllers, which are as notorious for being as unreliable as the old Sanforce controllers, if not more so. User reviews on Newegg of several models of TeamGroup SSDs show high failure rates, even after filtering out related reviews. Just because you have had good luck with them doesn't mean everyone will (as user reviews will bear out). It's much better to be patient and wait until one can afford a better quality drive; it will be money far more wisely spent.

Jeannie

 

As long as anyone is oppressed, no one will be safe and free.

One has to be proactive, not reactive, to ensure the safety of one's data so backup your data! And RAID is NOT a backup!

 

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Just now, Lady Fitzgerald said:

That's why I suggested that he wait until he could afford it. He already said he would be alright running off an HDD for a few months. It's better to wait rather than waste money on something that may need replacing soon.

 

Speed is not the only criteria for judging an SSD. Reliability is also important. The first clue that an SSD is not as likely to be as reliable as better ones is the reduced size, such as 480GB instead of 500GB. The same goes for warranty length, which is only three years opposed to the Samsung EVO's five years. TeamGroup SSDs use Marvell controllers, which are as notorious for being as unreliable as the old Sanforce controllers, if not more so. User reviews on Newegg of several models of TeamGroup SSDs show high failure rates, even after filtering out related reviews. Just because you have had good luck with them doesn't mean everyone will (as user reviews will bear out). It's much better to be patient and wait until one can afford a better quality drive; it will be money far more wisely spent.

I almost edited about the reliability - but decided you would respond or not lol

 

Of course waiting would be best - but if that was the case he wouldn't be investing in an i5 2500 (likely what his chip is) at all.  He would be saving up and getting a PC that will actually last him (depending on Use Case), and provide him with an enjoyable experience.  So given the facts we have in this thread I cannot conceive this person is willing to wait, or cares to wait, or cares to have the best.  And also doesn't have a budget for more/best, or needs more/best given the information we can glean here.  So I doubt he takes any advice from anyone but...a bit bigger of an SSD and to go a little better than the cheapest.  Because that was his goal to begin with.  He doesn't care, or likely want to hear about, how he should live his life and save up his monies (my experience from dealing with the "newbs" of the tech world.  90% want it now, at the budget they have.  Its the rare few that understand WHY they should save)

 

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