I'm in the process of putting together a list of general upgrades for my PC to get it ready for my final year of university and I'm looking for a bit of advise from the forum. My main question is about upgrading my storage needs, I currently have an M4 128gb SSD as my main boot drive with a few applications installed and a 2Tb HDD with the rest of my applications and media on it. I use the PC mainly as CAD/Graphics machine and the SSD is always full, so at the moment I am having to use the 2tb HDD for both the CAD program's and the scratch disk, which is painfully slow. What I want to to is get a Samsung Evo 250gb SSD to use for the boot drive and all the applications, turn the M4 128gb SSD into a scratch drive, and purely use the 2tb HDD as a media storage. Is that the best use of my £150? Is there a better option? If I stick two of the drives in something like this will the SSD still run at SATA-3 speeds despite it saying SATA-2? I'm also looking at replacing my current Noctua 120mm fans cooling my radiators with something like these Corsair SP series 120mm fans.