NVMe M.2 NVMe SSD

1TB 2.5-inch Internal SSD Compatible with Dell XPS 15 Laptop (9550), XPS 15 Laptop (9560), XPS 27 All-in-One (7760) by CMS d18

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Product Description

SSD VS.HDD the benefits and Advantages of SSD-STATE DIVE

1. Higher Read-Write Speed than HDD

Speed is among the biggest advantages of a solid-state drive over the hard drive. SSDs are up to 100 times faster than disk drives. An HDD requires extra time for reading and writing data, since its magnetic head spins on a spinning metal platter. This also causes a breakdown in the arrangement of data. Nonetheless it is true that an SSD is inherently faster because it does not have mechanical components and fragmentation, thus translating to faster boot speeds, faster data transfer and better performance.

2. 2. Efficiency in Energy

SSD is a storage device that SSD is less energy-intensive than an HDD. An HDD is composed of moving parts. This means that it requires additional power input to do mechanical work and to become operational. SSDs are able to accomplish this. Solid-state drives are energy efficient , and are thus ideal storage devices to store computers and mobile devices in which batteries are essential.

3. Tougher than HDD

Another benefit of solid state drives is their longevity. Due to the mechanical elements of these drives, damage to internal hardware and the loss of data due to shudders and drops can be detected. Since there are no moving parts, SSDs are more resistant to shudders and drops. They also have less potential for loss of data due to external trauma. An SSD is perfect for tablets, laptops and other mobile devices.

4. Operation Free of Noise

A hard disk drive may generate distracting vibrations and sounds while in operation due to the movement of its read-write head and the rotation of its steel disk plate. This is especially the case for large volumes of data. On the other hand, the absence of moving parts or mechanical activity in a solid-state drive means that it is virtually silent even when it is in operation.

5. Smaller than HDD

Solid-state drives also have a slimmer dimension. An HDD is generally larger due to its magnetic head and metallic disk enclosed within an enclosure. An SSD, in contrast, is made up of small integrated circuits. The small size of an SSD makes it suitable for ultraportable laptops, as well as consumer electronic devices such as smartphones and tablet computers.

SSD VS. HDD: THE LIMITATIONS AND AVANTAGES OF SOLID-STATE DRIVE

1. More expensive than HDD

The price is one of the main disadvantages or cons of solid-state drives. In terms of dollars per gigabit it is true that an SSD is more expensive than an HDD. A SSD with twice the capacity of an HDD might be twice as costly. SSDs can be more costly than other devices for instance, computers. This is because SSDs are more expensive to produce.

2. Smaller Base Storage Capacity

The capacity for storage of an HDD is now 500GB. However, manufacturers are working to standardize an increase in capacity to 1TB or greater. The basic storage capacity of SSDs is 64GB and 128GB in each case. This is a significant drawback of SSDs. These SSDs have a small base capacity, which is why entry-level computers with SSDs contain less storage space. SSDs can be able to store as much as 4TB, but they are more scarce or more expensive than HDDs.

3. HDD has less capacity for storage

Because hard disk drives are readily available at all electronics and computer retailers, it is much easier to get them. In addition, the market for HDDs is flooded with numerous manufacturers. SSDs are harder to find and are more expensive than HDDs, particularly the ones with bigger storage capacities. Solid-state drives are costly to produce and aren't at all appealing to retailers because of their expensive manufacturing costs. But the market is moving towards mobility and SSDs are getting more readily available but not as widespread as HDDs.

4. Be concerned about PE Cycles

Another issue with solid-state drives is their limited capabilities in writing and rewriting data. An SSD can't store any data in a single block, as opposed to an HDD. Flash memory is restricted in the amount of written files they can store. SSDs that are consumer-grade offer three to five read-rewrite cycle for erase. The higher-end, more expensive models include 100,000 erase cycles. The limit has been reached and data loss is possible.

Product Features

Computer Memory Solutions guarantees compatibility with models provided in description. Form Factor: 2.5-inch internal SSD Warranty: Limited 3-year Specs: 1TB SATA 6Gbps 2.5" Internal SSD 555 MB/s Read, 500 MB/s Write Series: MX200 Product Line: Client SSD Interface: SATA 6.0Gb/s Product appearance may vary. Picture for reference only. Limited lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.