59 months ago
OK this is probably a dumb question but as I've been reading up more on various things I've come across this idea that a 120gb ssd suddenly isn't no longer a good standard and that people should start going up to at least 240-250.
I've even come across one Reddit user who actually said it makes him literally angry that people spend a chuck of cash and only get 120 ssd. Now I personally don't get that and maybe I need it explained to me.
For example I have http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Ryan_Lion/saved/Lk8bt6 this build in my saved parts list (was originally a Asus Strix in there but it's out of stock right now so the EVGA is filling in the slot) which I plan to build once I get up the funds. Everything about this build seems perfectly fine to me. A 4770k, a 970, plenty of storage (from my perspective) and 16gb of ram (for editing and content creation) Plus it's all within my set $1500.
Now though I'm hearing that you need to go higher on the ssd and that just doesn't make sense to me plus it breaks my budget Z(AND YES when I say $1500 I MEAN $1500 not $1500.01 or higher) (Sorry but that kinda thing gets to me)
So please straighten this out for me?
And try not to judge my saved parts list, I'm just using it as an example