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#1 grassy

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Posted 29 December 2015 - 03:38 AM

I have my games installed on a 480gig ssd and operating system on a seprate ssd and itunes music on a seprate ssd 3 in total but when playing games i get stuttering problems so which is the best way to set myself up for gaming in terms of reducing stutter. Should i buy a western digital 2tb and install my games on it or set up a raid config with the ssd's i currently have.I was thinking that the speed or the 480gig space on my ssd that the game is on could be an issue.


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Posted 29 December 2015 - 06:12 AM

SSD is much faster than HDD RAID 0, unless SSD is very low quality (Sandisk Extreme is not). I suspect that GTX690 SLI is causing problems.






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