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SSD boot, and HD for storage

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I want to know if there is a way to make it so my ssd is booting up my system and then my hd as the screen.

I only have a 120 gb ssd.

Is there another way to access my files in my hard drive like (videos, games, and pictures?)

My hard drive is 1 TB

My motherboard is ASRock 970 Performance/3.1

I want to access my games faster and videos faster rather then trying to look it up.

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Hello SkyXero,



You can certainly put Windows and any games on your SSD, then put pics/videos/other files on the large mechanical drive.


If you don't want to browse for your videos, I would advise just placing a shortcut to the folder/files on your dekstop.

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