Games with load screens run MUCH faster when on the SSD.
One great example is skyrim. When I watch youtube videos of Skyrim, the load screens display tips/hints about the game and cycle through 4 or 5. I can imagine that would be tiresome since there's a load screen anytime you enter a house/city gate/cave/shop/inn/etc. For me, I don't even have time to read one tip before it loads.
But it is all relative. An SSD will spoil you. If you use it in one PC, you will never want to go without it. Simple things like not waiting the extra few seconds for firefox, itunes, photoshop, office etc. to start up will make you hate any computer with a boot HDD.
This post was edited on 1/24 at 11:47 am