8 months ago
I'm very new to having an SSD, obviously from the question, and was wondering if the SSD is supposed to be the primary boot drive with Windows 10. I also have a 2TB barracuda, which I picked for my OS, since I thought I could put certain games in the SSD (Doom, Witcher 3 etc.) and have smaller games in the HDD, and everything else. Is that not how it works? I guess what I'm saying is, I don't understand having 2 drives in this way at all. I've used external HDDs, for extra storage, but never for gaming use.
Should I wipe the HDD and put the OS on the SSD? :/
EDIT: Thank you all for your answers, I'll definitely have to do some research. The SSD is 240gbs, so not even sure what I can fit on it yet, but I'll also have to find out how to download things on the HDD lol. Can I have a game file on the HDD and have its shortcut on the SSD??