Like the title says, I'm thinking of getting a solid state drive for my 5-6 years old PC. Now, there are slight problems along with it, for example, there is a bit of stutter while watching videos and playing video games. While watching videos, there's no stutter if the image is still (Like some dude talking sitting at a desk) but it does stutter if it's like a plane flying over a mountain or something.
And when playing games, even 2D games, it will even stutter. Now, i'm guessing that's a problem with my CPU or something. When playing Guild wars 2, the frame rate will be all right in some areas, but when i'm playing with like 20 or 30 other people when killing a boss, it's really unplayable.
Now I know that I'll have to get a new PC eventually, but for the time being, would it be a good idea to invest in an SSD? Does the SSD only influence the booting speed of the computer and how quick application start up or would it also make a difference in improving FPS in games also?
Thank you for your time and guys, and please let me know if you need more info on my comp specs!