> They infected your brain with the belief that SSD is an important part of any modern PC, thus a PC without it is outdated by default.
No one infected my brain. I use SSD since 2010 and can clearly see the difference in PC usage with OS installed on SSD and OS installed on HDD. And yes, PC without SSD in 2018 is outdated and should be used only in VERY budget builds.
> It's cool that you skipped everything I said about the SSD pros, but I can repeat
I didn't know we were talking about SSD pros, also I thought SSD advantages are well known for everyone who ever used PC with SSD tbh, but if you never tried SSD then we can talk about it of course.
> you actually provoke your system to use pagefile more actively by installing only 8 GB of RAM
You still didn't list any tasks of budget gaming PC where 8 gb RAM is not enough.
> creating an artificial reason of having an SSD
Learn how Windows & pagefile works. It's not recommended to turn off pagefile even if you have 32 gb RAM, meanwhile pagefile barely will be used even if you have 8 gb RAM.
> DDR4-2400 by itself reduces fps, search "ddr4 2133 2400 3000" at youtube and watch the videos.
If you can add an SSD to your 2x8 GB DDR4-3000 - do it, but when you go for an SSD when causing additional fps drops by using mediocre RAM - it's silly.
Idk why you started talking about RAM speed/frequency when we were talking about AMOUNT of RAM. Even though, as you can see in #5, I recommended the guy to replace 2400 Mhz RAM with 3000+ Mhz RAM since the beginning.
I'm too lazy to continue to argue about nothing tbh. Especially if you think that budget PC with GTX 1060, 16 gb RAM and no SSD is more "balanced" than PC with GTX 1060, 8 gb RAM and SSD.