It is better to take to build a PC, 1 on 1T HDD and 1 SSD 500 GB OR 2 SSD up to 500 GB and 960 GB?

Hi all. Do you think such rapid growth in popularity of SSD drives is there any sense now to take to build a home PC which will not be used as a professional machine to work but only as a home PC for gaming, programming and occasionally mounting small rollers - HDD drive 1-2 terabyte in conjunction with the SSD or is it better to add and buy at once 2 SSD TOTAL size somewhere 1.5-2 terabytes ?
March 19th 20 at 08:58
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March 19th 20 at 09:00
HDD drive 1-2 terabyte SSD in conjunction with
A reasonable solution.
SSD for hot data HDDs cold.
buy immediately 2 SSD TOTAL size somewhere 1.5-2 terabytes
A very foolish decision.
In the scenario of using hot data for 1.5-2 terabytes not explicitly typed. And use SSD as the storage of cold data is not the best idea.
March 19th 20 at 09:02
I advise you to take an SSD + HDD. SSD to put Windows and all your basic program for video editing for example. And hard to store large amounts of video and other files.
March 19th 20 at 09:04
Depends on the goals of the Assembly.
If you plan just to store large amounts of data (movies, games, etc.), it makes sense to take the HDD + SSD or hybrid SDHDD - it will increase speed when returning to the cached data.

If you constantly need to shovel a lot of data (for example, BD), it is better to take a SSD.
March 19th 20 at 09:06
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