That right there uses up almost all of a 64gb SSD.
For me... SC2, WoW PTR, D3, GW2, ME3, Deadspace 2, Borderlands 2.... That's another 90gb there, well beyond what a 128gb can sustain. For some people, 128 might be enough. For most gamers 128 may not be enough
Gaming: Dual Intel Pentium III Coppermine @ 1400mhz + Blue Orb | Asus CUV266-D | GeForce 2 Ti + ZF700-Cu | 1024mb Crucial PC-133 | Whistler Build 2267
Media: Dual Intel Drake Xeon @ 600mhz | Intel Marlinspike MS440GX | Matrox G440 | 1024mb Crucial PC-133 @ 166mhz | Windows 2000 Pro
IT'S ALWAYS BEEN WANKERSHIM
Sorry had class.
But yeah i play 3 mmos (WOW/STO/TERA) + Diablo 3/League of Legends/Borderlands 2/Starcraft 2. Those are just the games that i generally run at least 1-2 times a week. I have a lot of others. I spent the longest time running on a DSL modem and could never bring myself to delete anything for chance that i might want to play again. My Steam library is over 50 titles in length. Being a full time IT student who takes all his classes online has some advantages :O
I don't feel the need to keep my tv shows/anime/movies/music on the SSD. As well as stuff like Microsoft office or Virtual Box (for a silly linux class).
But thanks for all the help guys, I have Sean's guide bookmarked.
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I have currently 5 games installed on my SSD: WoW, GW2, Rift, Path of Exile and Diablo3.. Grand total is 66.6GB (somewhat amusingly). 120GB of SSD would be enough for those + Windows. I have currently 150GB used of 250GB SSD and it seems to be the perfect size, 120GB was too cramped.
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