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Thread: PCIe SSD

  1. #16
    Originally Posted by lysan View Post (Source)
    So I'm wondering, do you really get any benefits using a PCIe SSD drive for games? or should you use it for the OS?
    I bought a decent 490 GB SSD, installed the OS on it and a couple of games, most of the rest of my apps (except Office) are installed on plain-old spinny-disks. I get good performance.

  2. #17
    Originally Posted by Gortron View Post (Source)
    I switched to an M.2 Nvme Samsung Evo 256GB as my C: drive an Elite game folder and I certainly noticed a difference in VR. The stuttering when arriving at star port was far less prounced; it still happened but easily noticeably shorter.

    My new MB has PCIe 3.0 support.... gonna be good I reckon

    Could have a point, I have my main ED install on my m.2, cause why not.
    But in my experience, ED has been just as much vulnerable to networking issues than with anything storaged based.

  3. #18
    Just remember when you get an SSD is going to help not just Elite but other games.

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