Question Should I just buy an SSD for windows, or also replace my HDD?

ndriqonhoxha

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Apr 27, 2018
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I have been having issues with this PC since I got it. I bought a cheap workstation and fitted it with a 1050 ti. When I play bigger games, my CPU, GPU and RAM are all at like 70% but my HDD is at 100%. And I dont just have loading issues, I also have sound delays and stutters, and frames sometimes drop if not freeze while CPU and GPU are at 70% load.
RAM 8,0 GB DDR3
CPU i7-4770 3.40GHz
GPU GTX 1050 ti
HDD ST500M002-1BD142 500 GB
View: https://imgur.com/a/6JN9qGX
 

mdd1963

Polypheme
CPU and GPU are going to be busy in any game at 1080P...

Difficult to tell if the disk is an issue or not, but, rarely are folks not amazed by the improvement/reduction in boot/application loading/shutdown times when moving to an SSD....

Does CrstalDiskInfo show any pending or failed sectors, or, anything other than good health?
 

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