Originally Posted by XxSelymxX
What I am doing is installing only the OS on the 60GB SSD and installing programs etc. on the 750GB Hybrid HDD. Would the programs not be faster with the hybrid than on the regular HDD? If you are suggesting I use SSD caching with the regular HDD wouldn't the OS and programs be a bit slower using that method than using the hybrid and SSD separately because the SSD is working to cache files? Sorry, I'm new to SSD and HDD combinations
. If you are thinking of something else please explain! Thanks!
The 'classic' usage of an SSD and HDD combination is as follows.
SSD is used to save whatever you want loaded quickly on there: OS, games, certain programs.
HDD is then just used for data, pictures, videos etc. Stuff you don't necessarily access a lot.
Depends on what you want, if you do want the Hybrid, then, go for it