I've never used a computer with an SSD before so I'm curious about a few things. Seems like a lot of people put their OS on it, but what about games? Will putting games on a SSD improve game performance at all? I've read a few times now that rewriting constantly on an SSD can shorten it's life span, how quickly does this happen and what is the worst culprit for this?
I'm in the process of a building a rig and I was going to get a 120-240gb SSD and put my OS and all my games on it for quick loads. Is this wise? Should I get a smaller SSD just for the OS and use the money saved to buy 2 high RPM HDDs and create a RAID array for faster game load times?
Thanks for the info!