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SSD choice for Win10 vs P3D

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One question guys, I have a new Samsung 970 Pro 512GB NVMe and an old Samsung 960 Pro 512GB NVMe where P3D is installed since end of 2017.

Should I use the new one (supposedly better) to the P3D or to the Win10? (and then the old one will get the Win or stay with P3D) What will benefit the most?

Thanks.

 

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Valentin Rusu

AMD Ryzen 5900x OC, EVGA RTX 3080 Ti FTW3, DDR4 32GB @3200MHz, Samsung 840 PRO Raid for Win 10 Pro, Samsung 960 PR0 512GB NVMe SSD for P3D v4.5

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I'd probably put Win 10 on the new one. You won't really notice any difference when it comes to games and those two drives. 

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Fastest drive for the OS is always ideal. In this case, I think the difference is marginal and it won't make any difference that you would notice. Even P3d on an NVMe drive will load slightly faster than on a good Sata SSD, but thats really about it.


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Thanks guys, I will use it for the OS.

 


Valentin Rusu

AMD Ryzen 5900x OC, EVGA RTX 3080 Ti FTW3, DDR4 32GB @3200MHz, Samsung 840 PRO Raid for Win 10 Pro, Samsung 960 PR0 512GB NVMe SSD for P3D v4.5

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