Whats the best way to utilize the SSD's performance?
I know that having the actual program installed onto the SSD helps with how fast the program opens, but as for video files and 3d files and renders I am uncertain on that. Should I just place all the 3d files and video clips onto the regular platter drive and just use my 3d software and Hitfilm4 Pro on the SSD ? Run the programs and just pull files from the platter drive as needed into the software? I just want to make sure of this before I start pulling my files from my laptop that I have over to the new desktop PC that I got and here are the specs of the desktop PC I have if that makes a difference.
Processor / Chipset
Hard Drive (2nd)