Originally Posted by Kougar
I would definitely recommend an SSD if at all possible. Boot times are halved, the OS is snappy, programs load in a fraction of the time. And if she plays any single player games then she will appreciate the inter-level loads taking only half the time.
That's not a hybrid. The Seagate "XT"'s are the hybrids, and those are being replaced by the "SSHD" brand at some point. Kind of odd since they were announced awhile ago now, but I don't see any yet.
You're right, on both counts. Apologies, I didn't check the drive quite as rigorously as I should have.
Intel i7-2600k with an XSPC Raystorm water block, 4x4GB Corsair Dominator, SLi Evga-GTX560Ti-448 FTWs, Asrock Extreme4 Gen3, Crucial M4 256GB SSD, Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB HDD, powered by a Silverstone Strider+ 850 PSU in a Silverstone TJ-07BW case.
I'm not buying EK GPU blocks ever again. (One GPU killed)