I was thinking of getting a small SSD, primarialy to put the pagefile on it. Here's my dilemma: 1. I don't want my pagefile on my system drive, because it would slow down the performance of the OS because of stuff accessing the page file all the time. 2. I don't want my pagefile on my storage drive, because I really don't want to wear it down with stuff constantly using the page file, and it's not exactly fast enough for optimal use of a page file (5400RPM). 3. If I get a SSD and use it as my system drive, dedicate the velociraptor to games and keep my storage drive the way it is, I still don't want to use my storage drive for the pagefile for reasons explained in 2, and I wouldn't want to put it on my velociraptor, because I would prefer its resources to be dedicated to catering to my games... as I understand it, an SSD can have random reading and writing going on all over the place and still not be crippled due to it not having moving parts, so would it still be just as fast to put the pagefile on the SSD system drive as it were to offload the pagefile to say, a SSD dedicated to hosting the pagefile? If I did get a SSD, it would be small (like a 32GB model or something) for cost effectiveness. I wouldn't put anything on it other than Windows and the pagefile. The velociraptor would be used for games and programs, and the storage drive to dump the bulk of my crap on.