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    Noob HDD Setup Question

    Okay trying something different in the fact that I have a 32GB SSD for primary and a 300GB V'Raptor for "the reset".

    However I'm leaning fast that 32GB isn't much anymore so what do I need to put on the SSD besides the OS to make things work?? Currently it seems that I'm having issues with where to put my Nvidia drivers. In the process of trying to set up SLI but the Nvidia control panel won't show up.

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    Re: Noob HDD Setup Question

    Quote Originally Posted by jedihobbit View Post
    Okay trying something different in the fact that I have a 32GB SSD for primary and a 300GB V'Raptor for "the reset".

    However I'm leaning fast that 32GB isn't much anymore so what do I need to put on the SSD besides the OS to make things work?? Currently it seems that I'm having issues with where to put my Nvidia drivers. In the process of trying to set up SLI but the Nvidia control panel won't show up.
    OS and drivers first on the SSD. Everything else is on a space available basis after the OS is up and running. Don't forget to manually set the pagefile size on the OS if it's still on the SSD. That'll save you a few gig.

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