I just bought two Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 SSD's. One with 500GB and one with 1TB. One should be my boot drive with all my programs (like Office and uPlay) and the other one should just be used for games and all my photos, videos and music. I also will take out my WD 1TB HDD because of the noise and stop using it. I want the SSD with the longer endurance to be my boot drive because i think that this drive will have more writes. On the other hand games are very big nowadays and one installation will write a lot in a short period of time instead of smaller writes in a longer period of time (like it would be on my boot drive with all of my programs). I am usually just installing two or three games at max that i play and then uninstall when i finish them. I want the drives to last as long as they can. The 500GB model has 300 TBW and the 1TB has 600 TBW. Furthermore the 1TB model has higher IOPS values. What would you advise me to do? PS: Is It a problem if i install launchers like uPlay on my boot drive and install the games on my other seperate drive? Does this have any influence on loading or performance?