|QUOTE (Killerdude8 @ Tuesday, Aug 20 2013, 06:54)|
|QUOTE (southparkmayor @ Monday, Aug 19 2013, 23:52)|
|QUOTE (marko dash @ Tuesday, Aug 20 2013, 05:51)|
| Solid State Drive, becoming increasingly popular lately and will eventually replace standard HDDs as the tech improves. you're already familiar with it as tumbdrives and other memory cards. they have no moving parts so they don't produce any noise and run much cooler than a HDD because of it. the 360s harddrive for example is an SSD.|
the only issue at the moment is that you can get much more storage space on a HDD than a SSD for the same price, but the gap is shrinking quickly.
ur wrung xbox 360 does nut cum with SSD.
Go back to 4chan with your stupid spiderman sh*t.
there's not really much you need to do with your console except making sure you have enough space. Xbox will have a ~15GB install and PS3 will have a ~8GB install. You should also keep some extra space free. I wouldn't go by a certain percentage because the reason for doing so is only to allow the machine to use the HD as memory (I'm not even sure if the PS3/360 does this but PC's do). I'd say leaving 5 or 10GB is more than enough no matter what capacity your HD is.
Apart from that there's not much you can do except making sure your console is up to date, has a good internet connection and that your controllers are fully charged. MAYBE you might need to adjust your resolution settings from 1080p to 720p if you experience any lag but I've never had this problem but not everyone has the same TV as me (Samsung 42" Plasma).
Edited by d3ex2, 20 August 2013 - 08:00 AM.