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Will this 120Gb SSD be enough for me? Is it compatible with my mobo?

Hello.


I'm currently building a non-gamer desktop computer and I want to use a Kingston ssdnow uv400 of 120Gb

Right now, in my notebook, i'm using around 70Gb out of 500 Gb. I store everything in the google drive, so I don't really save many files.

Will it be ok or is it going to suffer bottlenecks and things like that with only 30-40Gb of free space?

Also, my mobo is an ASUS h81m-a. Is it compatible?

Thank you so much for your answers.
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  1. If you go under 20% of available space then it can suffer. Otherwise will run smooth.
  2. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    If you go under 20% of available space then it can suffer. Otherwise will run smooth.



    What if I use a WD 1TB blue? Will it be THAT different?

    I'm mainly using ths pc as a an office PC and media (MS office, web browsing, youtube, spotify, adobe reader, etc.)
  3. Best answer
    WD Blue is plenty of space for your needs , a better choice.
  4. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    WD Blue is plenty of space for your needs , a better choice.


    Yeah, i guess i'll just but the hdd. I have an hdd now in an older desktop and it is not painfully slow. So I think it'll fine.


    Thanks for your help
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