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Old 05-06-2020, 09:40 PM
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Default Partitions on the main drive MP600 M.2

Hi guys! I'm building my new studio computer and I'm installing a Corsair MP600 2To on one of the M.2 slots on my (Gigabyte Designare Z390 motherboard) as a main drive C:/... I was wondering if it was a bad idea performance wise to use this main drive for Windows, Softwares, Pro Tools, plugins, etc and make 1 partition for my libraries and 1 more partition for my Pro Tools sessions. So a total of 3 partitions on this main drive. I'm concerned about performance, speed, writing, reading of the drive if everything is working at the same time in this drive... I've heard it's not a good thing to do in a physical hardDrive but I think it should be ok with this new type of technologies?

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Gigabyte Designare Z390 Motherboard Thunderbolt 3
Corsair MP600 2To M.2 slot
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