One of the most important thing we need to consider when purchasing SSD is the capacity:
SSD will not have enough space to hold system and software if the capacity is too small.
If users just make SSD to be the system disk, surplus capacity could be a waste of money.
Under this circumstance, let go back to the main question:
How to Choose a right SSD size?
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Let’s take the 128 GB SSD as an example. Windows 10 needs a minimum of 20 GB of storage to run. And we need to install other software like Office, Photoshop, etc on system disk. Besides, we need to leave enough space for Windows update. We need to know that once the used space of SSD exceeds 75%, the performance of SSD gets poorer.
More Factor – Will SSD be the Only Drive for Storage?
If you just make SSD to be the system disk, it is better to choose a 256 GB SSD at least. This is enough to save files and data that system needs.
If you want to install computer games in SSD, you can enlarge your budget to get a 512 GB SSD.
If the SSD will be the only storage device, you should carefully assess your storage needs according to your budget. Of coure, larger capacity could be better if you have a flexible budget.