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originally posted by: TinkerHaus
a reply to: RickinVa
Your other option, which may be a better one, would be to create a new volume in the unused disk space.. Make it your D drive (or whatever you want)
Install games, apps, storage, etc, to that drive. This will be beneficial in the future if you decide to get another SSD. It's easier to clone a smaller volume than a large one. This way you can keep your OS installed on the C drive and you can later clone it back to a 128g or slightly larger drive without having to worry about shrinking the volume later.
originally posted by: RickinVa
a reply to: TinkerHaus
I went with the new volume.... when I have a little more cash I most likely will go back to a new solid state.
Thanks for the help.
EDIT: I am officially done with anything made by Corsair.... first I had Corsair memory go bad back a few years ago... I have had 2 Corsair power supplies die within 2 months of installation ( different pcs) and now the Corsair solid state which lasted about 18 months.