Originally Posted by gamefoo21
4TB of SSHD in RAID for Steam and what not, while the boot and main apps drive is NVMe.
That's my main system.
Every other system I have under my care is basically SATA SSD or NVME.
Sadly up here we are still looking at $200 for 1TB and $400 for 2TB of TLC drives. You can get cheaper if you go QLC but that's rust slow and the reliability is ehhhh
My 4TB QLC is no slower than any of my other SSD's when it comes to games. It's only when you're transferring large files in one go does it slow down, which if it's a game drive is very rare/almost never, as Downloading games doesn't download in one go unless you're downloading gigabyte's a second.