I recently bought everything to build a new gaming PC. The thing that is bothering me the most is the hard drive and SSD. I bought a Seagate 2TB FireCuda Gaming SSHD which I thought was going to be fine, but not from what my friends say. They are suggesting that I get an SSD as well for my load times since it would be better. So my buddy gave me a free a samsung 850 pro 246GB SSD and told me to clone my OS into it. My question is... How do I do such thing successfully while keeping all my other data in my sshd and only using my sshd as storage?
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  1. for cloning. You might want to lean up SSHD after so it doesn't boot from it and you could gain some wasted space. One thing to watch for, total bytes used in that SSHD (including partitions) should be smaller than SSD.
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