quote Crusad3rWow, I thought SSD's were these high-and-mighty, reliable, "no moving parts, so they'll last forever" thingies.Loading games on an SSD is a big mistake, since games make a lot of rewrites while saving, which drastically shortens the lifespan of your SSD. I've been told that 64gb is too small for a SSD due to rewriting and temporary files, which is why I recommend a 128gb one. Having an SSD isn't really necessary at this point in time unless you're a stickler for loading times.
quote Crusad3rThanks for the reply.2. As motherboards go, I'd personally prefer one of these: http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Reviews/gigabyte_z77/
3. Unless you plan on overclocking, ditch the aftermarket cooler. If you plan on overclocking, look into liquid cooling.
4. Cut back to a 128gb SSD. You should only be installing Windows 7 on it and some essential programs. It'll save you a good $100. Use that money instead to get a 15000rpm HDD if you're after re-writing speed.
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