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I just ordered an optibay should be here in two weeks. I'm currently cloning my hard drive to the SSD, should i take out the hard drive and install the SSD in its place and then the hard drive in the optibay when it comes? Or would it be better to have the SSD in the optibay?

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What computer are you doing this on? Depending on the model and year there is different advice.

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