Re: Laptop upgrades?
Going back to storage.
You may not get a lot of performance boost with a new hard-drive, you will with a SSD. If you are using up a lot of that 600 odd GB hard drive, then you're probably best seeing if your laptop support mSATA PCIe SSD drives. That way you could keep your hard-drive in your laptop as storage, but have the operating system and applications installed on the SSD for rapid access times and transfer speeds.
This won't in any way improve gaming performance, but it will make it laptop incredibly snappier and far faster at loading applications - especially loading multiple things at once.
Delta: "What's wrong Chris?? Chris: "I miss my old Cyrix"