New PC Partitioning Scheme
For a variety of reasons, I'm switching to using a desktop PC for my primary computer away from my 3-year-old MacBook Pro.
Here is my setup plan and I'd like to confirm that this makes sense:
128GB ADATA SP900 SSD
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Non-Game Apps and Battlefield 4
GRUB boot loader
2TB WD Caviar Black
1.5TB NTFS - Windows User folder and Most games
500GB - XFAT - R/W by Mac, Linux and Windows thanks to FUSE
500GB Seagate Momentus XT (4GB Cache)
16GB OS Boot Partition (Debian 7.1 or Ubuntu 13.04)
24GB Swap (I have 16GB Physical RAM, this should cover hibernate RAM copy and a plenty extra)
~460GB /home and everything else
I also have 3 external 2TB drives, one will be for backup, one for Music and one for Video. They are currently OS X Ext Journaled but I'm probably going to make them all XFAT for maximum compatibility across OS's.
Any thoughts as to where this might be better optimized?
Last edited by repeater1975; 10-11-2013 at 03:16 PM.