If you're thinking about using an SSD as your primary
storage device for high performance you should consider
adding a new WD Blue™ drive as your
secondary storage device for multimedia files, programs
and downloaded game content.

Don't sacrifice on capacity or speed
Load your operating system on the SSD and your multimedia
files on the WD Blue or WD Black HDD. Preserve the
capacity on your typically smaller SSD and transfer larger files
onto the WD Blue to WD Black drive.

Give yourself room to grow
Having access to a larger drive should make it easier to
store and manage your large files. Once you set up your OS
on the SSD, copy your data from your older or smaller
storage device to the larger WD Blue or WD Black drive and
give yourself room to store more HD and 4K movies.

Best of both worlds
In addition to using an SSD, add on a larger capacity WD
Blue or WD Black hard drive so you have enough storage
space later for additional multimedia files.

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*For illustrative purposes only. Graph is based on a 128 GB drive with Windows 10 64-Bit (20 GB), Microsoft Office 2013 (3 GB), Adobe Photoshop CC (2 GB), and Grand Theft Auto V (a top selling PC game released in 2015) (65 GB) installed.

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