Would installing NS2 in an SSD make a difference?
This game is different from most games I play. I really don't play much multiplayer. And with single-player games, the most notable difference one would feel when installing in an SSD are load-times, and not in-game performance.
Or at least not much in-game performance (such as improved frames per second, video lag, video tearing, etc.)
But how about with multiplayer games? So far, I have installed Warframe and MechWarrior Online in my SSD, and not in a traditional hardrive.
I've also read in some forum before about this guy complaining about multiplayer lag being so bad, and people in this forum telling him to install the game in an SSD so that communications between players' hardware could go faster.
Is this true?
So far, I have been told to install at least 2 games (XCOM: Enemy Unknown and DarkSiders2) in traditional hardrives and just wait a few more seconds during loading times.