Question Can I have two SSD on my computer?

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My computer had an intel core i9-7900X processor. It has a 32GB Installed memory(RAM) and it is running low on space. This is the C drive that I save my program files in. I installed many programs and I need to install more for my work. I do save my documents on another D drive. So all hat the C drive contains is what the Windows computer has given originally and the programs I install.
I'm planning to but additional SSD internal hard drive. Will this make my PC run faster? and Can I install my additional programs on to it?
I have also read that I can you RAID 0 to combine the two hard drive together to make one powerful hard drive. Is this safe to do?

Computer info

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-7900X CPU@ 3.3 GHZ
Installed Memory(RAM) 32 GB
system type : 64-bit Operating System , x64-based processor


Thank you in advance
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Ralston18

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Yes you can have two SSD's on your computer but details matter.

RAID may or may not serve your overall requirements. There are trade-offs.

What make and model is your computer?

Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS.
 
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so once I purchase an internal ssd do I use it as separate hard drive and install more programs on the new drive?
 
May 23, 2019
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Yes you can have two SSD's on your computer but details matter.

RAID may or may not serve your overall requirements. There are trade-offs.

What make and model is your computer?

Update your post to include full system hardware specs and OS.
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