During a game, the hard disk is hardly used, so replacing a HDD by a SDD hardly has any effect.
The video card is used continuously. So changing that by a faster one has a lot of effect.
And, depending on the game, it might be useful to have more than 4 GB RAM so a 64-bit OS. But you find find many games at the moment that really need more than 4 GB.
Hello, I have a budget plan for SSD or 7770 Ghz Edition. I have a new custom pc and the specs is :
AMD Athlon II X2 270 - 3.4Ghz default clock / 2 MB cache
1 X 4 GB Kingston DDR3 1600 Mhz
2 X 80 GB HDD running with RAID 1 and 1 X 160 GB HDD
Okay, so, I want to know, Which is better for Gaming? Whether SSD or 7770 Ghz Edition? Please help me.. im stucked right now..