Originally Posted by jolle
I see alot of people discounting the 32gb drives, but wouldnt that be a pretty sweet spot for a OS install? Vista mainly, XP dont take up that much space really..
And with some space to spare for all that clutter that tends to build up..
Then a larger one for games and apps, and "static" storage stuff on a HD.
That is always a possibility. The biggest issue that I have with a setup like that is you constantly have to change working directories whenever you install a program, and if you save something to your desktop or your documents you have to copy the files to other drives which takes a lot longer have just moving a file. The other issue is cable management because it increase the number of devices that you have to install and plug in to your pc.
For me I'd like to have 2 x 64GB in a RAID 0 array, so I can have everything on one logical drive letter and still have speed.