Ok, so I have a PS4 Pro, and loadtimes for FFXV are ABYSMAL, about 25-30 seconds or so every time it has to bring up a load screen. Sometimes it even takes several dozen seconds to bring up my list of saves. I am starting to wonder if something is wrong with the HDD itself... Anyway, so I want to upgrade the HDD primary for faster access. Now, I know what everyone is thinking "SSD! SSD! OMG SSD!" but the thing is, my PS4 came with a 1TB HDD, and I am already using a lot of it and just barely got it, not sure if even 1TB will be enough. A 1TB SSD will run me nearly as much as the console itself cost, I can't afford that, not even close. So I was looking at what other options I had. I was told about these Seagate Firecuda drives, and looked into them, the 2TB model was pretty cheap..... suspiciously so. I looked into them further and noticed that they for some crazy reason were 5400RPM. I looked at mechanical 2TB drives, but noticed that all of them are 5400RPM, the 7200RPM models only exist in enterprise-level drives that cost more than a SSD would, so that is out of the question. 2TB of storage would be nice, but I primary need speed with a minimum of 1TB right now. So going back the 1TB drives, plenty of them exist in the 2.5 form factor at 7200RPM, but again, the Firecuda 1TB drives seemed to be 5400RPM.... though this time there was no reason for them to be unlike the 2TB models. Are there any 7200RPM models of the 1TB Firecudas? Several sites seem to list them as being 7200RPM, but Seagate themselves seem to purposely hide that spec (which makes it seem very suspiciously likely that they are 5400) and several people have insisted that they are just simply 5400 even on sites that claim they are 7200RPM. Which would even perform better in this instance: a 5400RPM SSHD, or a 7200RPM HDD? They are about the same price anyway.