I'll probably be buying a new PC within the next 1-2 months. The one I have my eye on has a 1TB SSD and a 2TB HDD; I'd possibly buy another SSD or use an external SSD.
My current thoughts concerning the drives and how to partition them is as follows:
Drive 1 (SSD):
- Partition C:, 400GB, Windows and programmes such as the Office suite
- Partition D:, 600GB, non-Steam games (Uplay, Origin, Epic, Oculus)
Drive 2 (HDD):
- Partition E:, documents, OneDrive, media etc.
Drive 3 (SSD, if internal):
- Partition F:, Steam games
Does this make sense? Any changes you'd suggest? Alternatively, I could also imagine using the larger partition on the SSD for Steam games, i.e. keeping fewer of them installed, and then using an external SSD for non-Steam games. At the same time, since I'd be paying a fair amount for the PC, I'm thinking that getting the additional internal SSD wouldn't make a huge difference financially.
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