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
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Media: Dual Intel Drake Xeon @ 600mhz | Intel Marlinspike MS440GX | Matrox G440 | 1024mb Crucial PC-133 @ 166mhz | Windows 2000 Pro
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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.
Never going to log into this garbage forum again as long as calling obvious troll obvious troll is the easiest way to get banned.
Trolling should be.