Might just stick with an HDD then, instead of a SSD. I am still debating myself now. Some say one thing, and then others say another thing. Confusing at times.
the most funny stuff I was reading were things like "SSD have no moving parts, so they last ifnfitnly longer then HDD"...........lol XD
but it was writing as "fanboy" stuff and agy laughed as such.
the only real reason for it failing where both power loss (because fo the way some are built). and also usage because of the way all are built, it doesint handle rewriting of information well. something to do with the way the meoery cells are each time they are rewritin it makes them smaller? or something (I am nto a tech exspert). so each tiem the information was rewritten it increased the chance for fail rate. and unlike HDDs, there is zero warning of a fail for SSD. (I also notice most only have a 3 year warranty, as opsieod to an HDDs 5 year warrenty. that says something to me right there).
don't know, never used one. maybe if I did the world would turn to rainbows and there would be pice on earth. or maybe I just payed for a hyped pice of junk. or any thing in between ^_^.
all I know is, why am I paying the price of a higher end grpahics card for a drive that has a lot less room, "susposied" greater chance of fail, all for what can only be said is faster boot time, and "hypothetical" faster other things, whiel having zero impact on video game performance.
while a lto seems of speciulation there are some thigns that for sure seem concenses among people.
faster boot time.
much more exp for a lot less room.
faster everything (tho no impact on FPS)
much greater fail rate for even mondain things like power loss.
zero impact on performance of gaming, Same FPS over an SSD or HDD.
looking at just the for sures and nutral, it makes no sense to get an SSD (yet). for me personaly, granted, your exprinces may differ and agy supports going out there and finding things out on your own as jack has done ^_^!