So can we use SSD to store games ? I heard its only help to boot fast into Windows so what if we store game on it ?It's mainly because it's faster. SSD stands for Solid State Drive. And it's the fastest form of a hard drive available. The new consoles were upgraded to it this generation as well. Our web hosting for Cafe Discussions also runs on SSD. I skipped out on it for my laptop and it's not necessarily required but as said it is much faster.
Sorry for the noob question but many people use SSD only for Windows and HDD for storing games, files. Why don't they use SSD for the same purpose ?@Phoenix You can store anything on it. It's a hard drive. That's what it is and nothing more. Out of the two options available - HDD and SSD.
The oriental hard drive is HDD. SSD is just a new form of a hard drive that they released. It can hold anything, including games, downloads and all your files. It's the same thing as the ordinary hard drive - Just much faster.
Great, thanks to share with me i hope i get my all answer from hereHere's an article on it. To be honest with you, the amount of storage it holds is really the only reason anyone should be using HDD. But if you need a lot of storage you actually can use both at the same time. Which may be a viable option. This article intels what it is and what the difference is.
Do you like your storage cheap and plentiful, or fast and shockproof? Here's how to choose between a traditional hard drive and a solid-state drive in your next PC.www.pcmag.com
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I am probably the same..I mainly use HDD for my games.Sorry for the noob question but many people use SSD only for Windows and HDD for storing games, files. Why don't they use SSD for the same purpose ?
I am asking because i buildiing a gaming PC and i am completely blank