Quote: Originally Posted by Thatoneman
What should I get?
You should get the one that provides you with enough space to do what you need to do.
If the SSD will cramp your space requirements, don't bother with it. Space is more important than the advantages of an SSD.
Anything to do with gaming can be installed on the spinning drive. All you need to put on an SSD is the OS and (preferably) primary applications.
How big an SSD you might need for that is variable. Many on this forum use SSDs of 60 or 64 GB. I use an 80 GB SSD and only 28 of that is occupied by Windows 7 and about 55 applications.
SSDs have advantages that extend beyond boot speed, but none of them override whatever space requirements you may have.