I have an SSD + HDD set up, with SDD being the boot and HDD for excess storage. Currently the settings on my system (Win7) have the option to power down after a disk is idle for 20 minutes. I am wondering if is better to spend more time powered down or is the act of spinning the disk up shortening the life of the drive? What would be the damage, if any, for disks constantly powering down and up after being idle.
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