As long as they still use standard sata2 hard drives. You'll have to use a flash drive with the firmware as well. I'd do it if it weren't for the cost.
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 21/12/2011
ssd makes a significant impact on daily use. not games, storage does not...corasair reactor, it is not known as anything close to the best ssd's out there, think the intel g2 and ocz sandforce based vertex 2 pro ...
4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 09/03/2012
No, when you put in the new drive it will ask you to format it (it is required) and then you can play. But you wont be able to go online until its on the latest firmware.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 04/07/2013
According to the PS4 FAQ, it can't be any thicker than 9.5mm. Furthermore, it has to be a minimum of 160GB, and SSDs over 128GB are pretty expensive and the performance increase probably wouldn't be worth the cost.
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 22/11/2013
Ideally, you want to put programs that require accessing lots of data in the fastest drive, which would be your solid-state drive. On the other hand, no matter how fast you can read from the hard drive, the graphics card is the one that will take the longer...
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 30/11/2011
get two 1TB HDDs because they will be running separately. and speed up everything u do.
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 11/06/2011
It's hard to say exactly, but it will be NOTICEABLY faster, especially when starting up and loading programs. Think 30 second boot time and 10x faster to load stuff.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 23/06/2011