Re: Regarding Solid State Drives
Don't make it a secondary, run the OS from it, that's the main purpose of it, faster boots. Runs games off a larger hdd unless you want to spend a TON getting a decent sized ssd. If running windows7 make sure you disable defragging, auto backup (windows makes image backups), indexing, and update the firmware asap. Don't format it as often as you would an hdd, they don't like being written too as much as an hdd, and make sure it has trim, trim will greatly help with speeds and lower degradation. also, enable AHCI in bios to get more performance, this would probably require a reinstall if an os goes on the drive though, but can't say for sure.
That's all i can help you with, i don't know which ssd's are better over others, i don't use one, i just read up on how to take care of them from others.