If you are like me and have alot of games on your system and are not to bothered about the load times. Then the standard Sata 3 7200rpm will do you fine. Even on HD textures.
SSD does load quicker. But! They are smaller in size and cost can rocket up on them with larger sizes. Personally, I feel the normal sata 3 drives will do you fine for gaming even on HD to. But like I said SSD's do load quicker.
You might need to buy more if you are like me with a lot of games on with alot of mods! Then they are not really worth the money to size ratio. Wait a bit for the bigger sizes to drop in price or just save for the bigger SSD's.
Ah gotta love this now. I got an auto text from the JC saying remember my appointment on the 3rd??????? I dont have one for then. No emails or calls saying when I have to be there to....... WTF is going on.
Well at first i was thinking of getting a loan for the build posted in the off topic. But then decided na I rather build it myself and considering it would cost me much less. Plus I dont really need a ultra high end. So decided to go with something similar to my laptop but a litte better. The loss of the SSD's was more to the factor of size verse cost. Plus am not really that bothered about my system booting up like I just turned on the light.
But anyhows. Element5 I have been dealing with computers since I was 13 and have have built 200 builds professionally thats including 2 personal builds. But I have not built one in some time and my current system is a laptop due to space issues. So getting clued up on what is out there again and what I really want it to do.
Basiclly am happy with what my lappy can do on the graphics side. Just this build should kick out a little more. To the ram. Personally nothing really uses more that 6 heck even 8gb. I put 8 in there just so I had 2 more than the lappy. I dumped the idea of using them. Since the size I really need would be WAY to much and no way in toastie hell would I pay that much for a hard drive when a 7200rpm will do just fine. My current cpu is an AMD A6 APU. Which if I never um over did the laptop. Can run ME3 on high to a nice degree of fsp for me. It might not be 1000000s like most gamers like. But I still enjoy it
Alienware really now is just a name. They are not what they used to be. It used to be like. Wait what Alienware! sweet! But now now they are just another company in a sea of companies.
If you want to learn I would say check out your Computer parts internet sites and look at each component it really depends on what you want it to do.