#1
Hi!

I had an external hard drive (Buffalo) just lying in the shelf and I was wondering that should I use it? The thing is that it would connect to my computer through my network,it can't be connected via USB . I could save my project files and samples there,freeing processing power or that's what I think. Is it worth the hassle or should I just buy a an SSD?
#2
Quote by GuitarManiac110
I could save my project files and samples there,freeing processing power or that's what I think.
That's not it though.

Moving that stuff away from your HDD you would still have to move half of that in RAM anyway, which would require more time than if it was on your internal HDD, and the thing is likely not gonna be faster than your internal HDD.

Unless you had space problems, I wouldn't do that.
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Use it for backup. You can never have too many backups!
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Use it for backup. You can never have too many backups!

Yeah, backup your backup of a backup's backup!



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