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Posted 03 December 2019 - 06:21 AM
I have both the 2.5" and the 3.5" in different systems. (2.5" in both my PS4 and an older MacBook, 3.5" in my old iMac)
These run great, at first you will not notice much of a difference though. Like what Souffrir said, it learns over time about what to prioritize in the SSD portion.
There have been numerous tests of these in PS4's that you can read about the performance gains over a standard HDD. True that a SSD is faster.. but price is key here.
3 year old article showing the difference between the 3 options one would have for the PS4. Stock, SSHD, and full on SSD.