So I decided to go in town again, just to pick up a copy of Metal Gear Solid.. but I ended up buying an hard disk drive enclosure :/ oh and a Pack of 4 AA Panasonic eneloop pro 2500mAh Rechargeable Battery's for my controller ... lol
Anyway after messing around moving games from my usb powered 2.5inc 5200rpm drive and feeling how hot it gets while gaming I decided I was going to upgrade to something more suited to the job, just for peace of mind.
I picked up from Maplin's an PROBOX USB 3 enclosure for 3.5inc hard disk drives and fitted a Seagate 1TB 7200rpm drive I have, which was intended to be used in another PC build.
I was wondering if anyone here has tried or is using an USB 3 RAID Box For there games drive on the Xbox One? .. this is something I will upgrade to at a later date.
like I say I just feel a full size PC HDD will be more suited to the job at hand for long term use. I guess I will let you know if I get any issues.
I have read a few people who moan about the Xbox One Controller eats battery's, so I also decided to buy a Pack of quality branded rechargeable battery's
rated at 2500mAh ,two of those gives the controller quite a nice 5000mAh of battery life, there charging up as I type so I will also post how long they last between charges for anyone who's interested
I have to admit they are not cheap, I paid £13.95 for a pack of 4 AA, although these come from Maplin's to so chances are you will find them cheaper elsewhere.
I guess I will get Metal Gear Solid next time lol ..