Fallout 4 for PC: SSD Load Times Compared Against HDD’s

By   /   Nov 10, 2015

A new video has surfaced, which shows comparison between SSD and HDD load times for Bethesda’s latest title, Fallout 4.

Well, it’s nothing new that gaming PCs generally receive a performance boost when switched over from an HDD to SSD. The video, however, demonstrates that the improvements are significant for Fallout 4 in particular.

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In other words, if you want to enjoy the game in its best shape as possible, get it on SSD. For your reference, the PC specs are 2500K @ 5Ghz + GTX 970. The SSD is a Samsung EVO 250, and the HDD is a Toshiba DT01ACA300 3TB.

For help on the game, read our Fallout 4 Character Builds, Companions Locations and Romance Guide.

In other news, the Fallout 4 PS4 version is reportedly plagued with frame rate issues and long load times.

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Apparently, the game struggles particularly when players are inside a building, where frame rate even drop to single digit which is noticably below the 30fps that the game was advertised to have.

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