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My question is that, if my OS is on HDD and I install something on SSD, for example a game, will the game start&load faster or i need to install my OS on the SSD?

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Basically from what I know: Games installed on an SSD, means all the files from the Game are located on your SSD, load faster, yes. But there are a few more things to think of. For example, if you install a game with steam, some files are still located on the disk, where the OS is installed, means the difference is not that big.

  • The problem is that my OS is burnt on my motherboard. I can't reinstall it. So i guess my best option is that I install my games on SSD and it may load up faster. – Deddj Jun 5 '18 at 10:13
  • @Deddj since you can't change anything related to your OS, this would be the simpliest and best option you could go with... there's not really more that you could do... – arvenyon Jun 5 '18 at 11:47

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