I'd uninstall one or both of those games from the c:-drive and reinstall it on your 1 TB drive. If you find it really too slow (but I think you'll find it good enough), buy a 128 GB SSD in stead of the 60 GB.
I assume you know how to move your Documents folder.
Hi guys, I recently got a new computer, it's got a 60gb SSD drive, and a 1TB drive.
The computer was built for me, and windows 7 64 bit was installed on the SSD so it boots up really quickly
I also put WoW, and Rift, the two main games I want to play on my computer on the SSD thinking they would play better on the faster drive.
Now the problem I have is after windows and those 2 high GB demanding games have been installed, I have as little as 6gb, and i'm starting to get a couple of "free up more space" messages when I try to do certain things such as patching WoW. I think this is because everything I install, even though i'm telling the application to switch to the 1TB drive for installation, certain files I can't help are still being installed to the SSD, because it's classed as my main drive. In the long run i'm worried that the computer my become very tedious to use because of this, and was wondering if there was a quick solution that I could use so that the computer automatically knows to install everything to the 1TB drive and ignore the SSD one now the use I wanted out of that drive has been fulfilled?
Thanks for any help in this matter