Today we are going to have a look at the differences between SSD and HDD drives. Both are used for storing, reading, and writing data. The SSD and HDD work for the same to store the data, both are used for primary boot devices in the system. SSD and HDD both have pros and cons with own usability which are the following:-
- HDD is Hard Disk Drive. which is based on non-volatile memory technology so the data store using circular memory disks rather SSD is based on volatile memory technology like RAM which is store data on memory chip called NAND flash memory.
- HDD are cheaper then SSD but the SSD are more durable and long life cycle then HDD.
- HDD hard disk drive has large capacity up to 2tb to 10tb rather then solid state drive and SSD have upto120GB to 4TB only, For Run high graphical tasks or Managing multithread tasks we use SSD’s.
- SSD are 300% faster then HDD, it means SSD 30GB space is more efficient rather then HDD 90GB.
- data failure rate and data defragmentation is higher in HDD compare to SSD.
- For Get best performance on windows 10 for day to day task we must require to boot OS with SSD.
At the conclusion that if we want less boot time, durability, high throughput, low power consumption and fast performance we use SSD as a boot device. In the upcoming generation of System companies offering SSD by default.
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