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  • Samsung MZ-7LH240NE 883 DCT 240GB 2.5"" SATA III 6GB/s V-NAND SSD - MZ-7LH240NE
    $114.98
  • ADATA ASX8200PNP-1TT-C XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD ASX8200PNP-1TT-C
    $238.00
  • Intel SSDPEK1W060G Optane 800P 58GB NVMe M.2 SSD SSDPEK1W060GA
    $184.98
  • Intel SSDPE21D480GAX1 Optane 905P 480GB 2.5"" U.2 PCIe SSD SSDPE21D480GAX1
    $971.98
  • Transcend TS240GSSD220S SSD220 240GB 2.5"" SATA3 SSD TS240GSSD220S
    $80.98
  • WD WDS250G3X0C Black SN750 250GB NVMe M.2 (2280) PCIe 3x4 3D NAND SSD - without heatsink
    $105.00
  • Bundle MZ-76E500BW + BOXNUC8I7BEH Deal: Samsung 860 Evo 2.5"" 500GB SSD + Intel BOXNUC8I7BEH Barebone NUC
    $846.00
  • ADATA ASX8200PNP-512GT-C XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD ASX8200PNP-512GT-C
    $149.00
  • Crucial CT500P1SSD8 P1 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe 3D NAND SSD CT500P1SSD8 (Avail: In Stock )
    $95.00
  • Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1TB NVMe M.2 PCIe 3D NAND SSD CT1000P1SSD8 (Avail: In Stock )
    $175.00
  • Intel MEMPEK1J016GA01 Optane Memory 16GB M10 NVMe M.2 2280 PCIe SSD
    $69.00
  • Intel SSDPEKNW010T8X1 660p 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 3D2 SSD SSDPEKNW010T8X1
    $178.00
  • Samsung MZ-76E960E 860 DCT 960GB 2.5"" SATA III 6GB/s V-NAND SSD MZ-76E960E
    $273.98
  • Seagate XF1230-1A0480 Nytro XF1230-1A0480 480GB 2.5"" SATA III Enterprise SSD
    $299.00
  • SanDisk SDSSDH3-500G 500GB Ultra 3D SDSSDH3-500G 2.5"" SATA III SSD
    $119.00
  • WD WDS100T2B0A Blue 1TB 2.5"" 3D NAND SATA III SSD WDS100T2B0A (Avail: In Stock )
    $215.00
  • WD WDS200T2B0B Blue 2TB 3D NAND M.2 SSD WDS200T2B0B (Avail: In Stock )
    $475.00
  • WD WDS500G2B0A Blue 500GB 2.5"" 3D NAND SATA III SSD WDS500G2B0A (Avail: In Stock )
    $108.00
  • WD WDS100T2B0B Blue 1TB 3D NAND M.2 SSD WDS100T2B0B (Avail: In Stock )
    $215.00
  • ADATA ASU800SS-1TT-C Ultimate SU800 1TB 2.5"" SATA III SSD ASU800SS-1TT-C (Avail: In Stock )
    $182.99
  • Intel SSDPE21D280GASM Optane 900P 280GB 2.5"" U.2 PCIe 3.1 x4 SSD + M.2 Kit
    $625.98

Buying guide

Everything you want to know about Solid State Drive!

Solid State Drive or SSD as it is more popularly known is a storage device that has been designed around flash memory so that we can store all that we want in a quick and efficient way. The SSD is built in such a manner that instead of having a single part that stores all the data, there are smaller parts that will do the work. In other words, a SSD is basically between 8 or 16 USB flash drives that are linked together in order to perform faster and in a seamless manner. The process of SSD in storing data is direct and rapid. Its speed is its primary benefit over the usual hard drives. So if you are looking to maximize the speed of your computer then SSD is the ultimate choice. This can make your computer faster in several ways:

 

• Boot time for your system will be reduced

 

• Application will be launched instantly

 

• Opening and saving documents won’t be a problem

 

• The speed of copying and duplicating files will be increased

 

 


Choosing your SSD

 

Consider the price factor

Please bear in mind that an SSD can be significantly higher in cost than an HDD. If you consider $100 as the price, you will pay 83 cents per GB on your SSD compared to just 5 cents per GB on your HDD. For $100, you may be able to buy an HDD with 2TB storage space whereas you will only be able to buy an SSD with 120GB storage space. So, if extra storage is your requirement, it is better to stick to an HDD and even invest in an external HDD. However, if you want to significantly improve the performance of your PC, then nothing beats the SSD.

 

Ideal versus Real Time read and write speeds

The reason you want to invest in an SSD is so that your PC boots faster, applications will load in lightning quick time and file copying will happen before you bat an eyelid. This happens because the SSDs can read at speeds up to 400Mbps and write at speeds up to 300Mbps. However, the actual read and write speeds are slower than the highest speeds. In most of the SSDs, the actual speeds are two-thirds of the maximum speeds. However, if you opt for one of the topmost SSDs, you will get speeds that exceed two-thirds of the maximum speeds. In any case, these speeds are way faster than HDD read and write speeds.

 

Consider MLC SSDs with ECC

There are two types of memories used in SSDs – Multi-Level Cell (MLC) and Single-Level Cell (SLC). MLC memory can store more data in each cell and is more economical as far as the price is concerned. Also, when you shop around for an SSD, look for the ones with ECC or Error Correcting Mode. When your SSD has ECC built into it, common data corruption issues are detected and rectified. This means that you don’t need to worry about data getting corrupt or lost.

 

Remove reliability issues by buying the best

Because the SSD technology is new, there are certain issues with reliability. This is despite the fact that SSDs have no moving parts and they are, thus, more reliable than HDDs. But when you spend all that money on an SSD, you want zero issues with lack of reliability. The best way to make sure that there are no errors is to invest in SSDs that are produced by the top manufacturers.

 

Is your PC compatible?

To make sure that your SSD is able to perform as per its ability, your PC should be installed with the latest SATA specification. Most of the SSDs use the SATA interface and when your PC has SATA III, data transfer can happen at 6Gbps. Comparatively, SATA I and SATA II allow data transfer speeds of 1.5Gbps and 3Gbps, respectively. Also consider the other compatibility issues with your PC because you don’t want to buy an SSD first and then do this checking.

 

Which SSDs for which use?

 

If you are looking at the highest data transfer speed, opt for an SSD that allows up to 6Gbps. The top products in this category are Samsung SSD 850 Pro 256Go 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s, Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB SV300S37A/240G and Crucial 256GB MX100 2.5" CT256MX100SSD1.

 

Of course, you may want to invest in an SSD with a lower storage space. SSDs like the Samsung SSD 850 Pro 1TB 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s or the Crucial 256GB M550 2.5" CT256M550SSD1 or the Samsung SSD MZ-75E1T0B/AM 850 EVO-SERIES 1TB 2.5INCH SATA III Internal SSD With AES 256 Encryption (MZ-75E1T0B/AM) and the Mushkin Enhanced Reactor 1TB SATA III 7MM Internal Solid State Drive (MKNSSDRE1TB) all offer up to 1TB of data storage.

 

While storage space is not the primary reason why you would invest in an SSD, there are SSDs that allow up to 2TB of data storage. If this is what your requirement is, consider these products – Lenovo ThinkServer 3.5" 2TB 7.2K SAS 6Gbps Hot Swap Hard Drive 0C19531 or Intel 1 2TB DC S3500 SERIES SSD SATA 6GB S 2 5IN 20NM MLC 7MM GENERIC HEC0S8X0D-3023 or Seagate 2TB 3 1/2" SATA 6Gb/s Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) 00400010342037.

 

Make sure you opt to buy your SSD manufactured by the top names. Not only will the products be better, but you will also get better customer support should the need arise. The top names in this product segment are Samsung, Crucial, Mushkin, IBM, SanDisk and ADATA.

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