Upgrading from hard drive to Solid State Drive is the biggest upgrade what you can do with your computer. If you make this upgrade your computer getting at least 5 times faster then before.
There is much difference but what is important for us the method of the data seeking and storage. The hard drive contains disk(s). Under the reading and writing process, the hard drive head must go the right positions to read or write the necessary data. Obviously, it is not a fast method. The normal hard drive read-write speed about 160-250 Mbs. The disk(s) inside the hard drive quite sensitive any physical damage. And if is happening you can lose your stored data. In the SSD There isn’t disk(s).
The SSD operate with memory chips. Any time when you read or write data can acces the data almost immediately, no need time to reach the head the right positions of the disk. The general SSD read-write speed about 3200 Mbs. Because of the SSD doesn’t have any mechanical parts less vulnerable against the physical damage.
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No mechanical moving parts. What is mean? No more clicking noise and motor sound.
Because of the higher data transfer rate, the SSD can be 5-10 times faster than a hard drive.
Because doesn't have a motor and any mechanical parts. Which parts use a lot of energy the SSD use less power. Less power consuming mean better battery life
Again because there are no moving parts, an SSD generate less heat as an HDD. This is particularly important in our island where the temperature easily getting high. SSD is less likely to overheat therefore the lifetime is getting longer
SSD less sensitive with the external damage. So you have less chance to lose your stored data.
While it is easy to compare SSDs and HDDs speed against each other, the reality is that the hard drive still has own benefit. SSDs are fast, but cost a more per GB than same size hard drives. Hard drives are slow, but cost a less than SSDs.
Fortunately, since you can use both an SSD and HDD in the same system, the best scenario in terms of the price you pay and the performance and storage capacity you get is to combine an SSD with an HDD. By choosing a less expensive 120-500GB SSD and pairing it with a larger 1TB+ hard drive, you maximize your budget for both performance and storage capacity. You can use the SSD to hold your most important applications, and you can use your hard drive for mass storage of files and less-used programs.
In the case of a desktop computer the story is quite simple. There is about 90% chance to have the possibility to add an extra Solid state drive into the desktop computer Because of the size.
In the laptop case this question is a bit complex. The laptops which have 2 hard drives we can install SSD without any problem. The laptops which have DVD/CD drive also have possibility to install extra SSD with a special dvd-hard drive frame. In this case there is a possibility to install an SSD drive instead of the DVD drive. If you dont know your laptop is compatible or not with an extra ssd just contact with us number and we can give you more information.