We like SSDs. That’s no secret. They can breath new life into an old desktop or laptop, extending its life a few more years. They can help you get the most out of your new computer. They’re great!
But, did you know there’s THREE different types of SSDs? SATA, PCI-E, and M.2? And that not all computers can use all of them? And that there’s even different technologies behind them that affect both storage capacity and speeds?
We talk about that today! For additional reading:
- How Do Solid-State Drives Work? | MakeUseOf
- SSDs are on track to get bigger and cheaper thanks to PLC technology | Ars Technica
- QLC Goes To 8TB: Samsung 870 QVO and Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB SSDs Reviewed (anandtech.com)
- Sabrent is close to launching a massive capacity 16TB SSD for consumers | PC Gamer
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