I've got a spare drive, and thinking about using it to keep as an internal bootable backup to replace my current external bootable backup. It would free up an external drive, and a usb port.
Is there a strong case to be made against keeping a bootable backup inside the case vs. outside? (There are other backups of this data, stored off-site, so it's not the only backup).
Like, if there was some sort of 'electrical event' inside the computer, would I run a higher risk of frying the drive on the SATA port, as opposed to the drive on the USB port?