Take the following setup:
2 GTX 970s
32GB DDR4 RAM
MSI Gaming 7 Motherboard
256 GB 850 Pro (OS + Programs), 1 TB 850 Pro, 2TB Seagate HDD*
*Please note that the HDD is not used for video editing. It's merely a backup and for other files that I don't need in editing. However, it is relevent in my following question:
Although I know that the 850 Pro has a great lifespan and all that, I'm still extremely new to using SSDs. This question revolves around the use of the pagefile in Adobe and how important it is.
So, please be aware that, generally, when I've tried rendering several things on this machine (I obtained it fairly recently, so I can't say I've tried everything yet) it seems that Premiere Pro consumes approximately 70ish percent of the RAM (as seen from the Task Manager) while rendering. I know that's not ALL of the RAM, obviously, but I'm still curious as the following:
I know that all of this is more than superficial, especially since I know that Samsung Magician can limit the size of the pagefile so that it's quite small, but I'm mostly curious as what I could expect if I were to move these files over to the HDD.