SSD


SSDs have become an integral part of today's computer systems. This is flash memory, which, unlike hard disks, requires no moving parts. Especially in the notebook and other mobile devices, they are therefore advantageous. However, the biggest advantages include the high speed and the short access times.

An SSD is included in many complete systems already ex works, so you get for example, used notebooks that already have such a storage medium. However, many end devices can also be... more...
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SSDs have become an integral part of today's computer systems. This is flash memory, which, unlike hard disks, requires no moving parts. Especially in the notebook and other mobile devices, they are therefore advantageous. However, the biggest advantages include the high speed and the short access times.

An SSD is included in many complete systems already ex works, so you get for example, used notebooks that already have such a storage medium. However, many end devices can also be retrofitted with an SSD in order to noticeably increase the performance and, for to reduce the start time of the system to a minimum.

Today, SSDs are available in a variety of formats. The best known is the conventional 2.5 inch format with SATA connection, and there are also plug-in cards that are placed in the M.2 or mSATA slot. The latter are often found in the notebook, but are increasingly used in the desktop PC.

If you want to equip your computer with an SSD or replace the existing one, then it is important to check the compatibility in any case. Especially the format and the transmission protocol should be completely identical. In addition, you can choose between different storage capacities at most manufacturers, in order to get enough space for the operating system and the other data.