Hello! I have once again got stuck in the endless mires of the computer world, this time while trying to find a good option for a hard drive when using Fraps.
So I am currently using my 240 GB SSD for fraps which means that I run everything on it while recording. It works out pretty well except for the fact that I probably won't be able to record with heavier games than WoW for long before the file sizes swallows my poor SSD (Fraps files are huge).
So I decided that I need a new internal hard drive to record onto, but while searching on the internet, just like so many times there are lots of different situations and it really got me confused.
What I thought is that I can maybe grab a Seagate Barracuda with 1.5 TB and 7200 RPM. Or is that going to slow my recording performance down by a whole lot and make the video choppy by recording the video onto it?
Here is my computer specs:
Intel Core i7-3820 (CPU)
16 GB of RAM
GTX 680 (GPU)
240 GB SSD with 555MB/510MB/s read/write
I am sorry that I keep coming back here for aid quite frequently but I often get quick and good advice here...