My main system (work, productivity, media, games, etc) currently has these drives:
I just ordered two OCZ SSD 60GB drives.
My current plan is that these drives will become:
I don't want to make the other drives D: and E: because D: through O: are mapped to the physical D: through O: drives on my server, and I very much like them to match. No problems using B: for 1TB currently.
The idea is that there are some programs I keep open all the time. Those will be installed to B:. Other programs are only used some of the time (games, etc). Those will go on A:. I intend to disable indexing on A: and B:; and my documents/media all go on the mapped drives. That way, their I/O will not cause any unusual interference.
Does this seem like a good configuration? How would YOU configure these drives?
Raid the SSDS.
1TB Drive on its own for storage.
150GB for backup of most important data - or OS as backup incase 1 or more SSDs die. - or as extre program space once you use more than say, 50% of the SSDs
answered Nov 27 '10 at 15:45
i'd setup the os on one ssd swap on the 2nd then use the tb for storage and "some" program files (the ones you don't use much) and use the 150 for an acronis backup of your os here's the free software from WD. http://support.wdc.com/product/downloaddetail.asp?swid=119
answered Dec 01 '10 at 11:04