SSD Drives

SSD Drives

SSD Drives 

An SSD is a solid-state drive that is a solid-state storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data. Although an SSD functions like a hard drive (HDD), an SSD contains nonvolatile flash memory which has no moving parts to break. This results in a much faster drive and instant boot and load speeds because there are no mechanical moving parts. SSDs are not only much faster, but they are also much more durable and reliable because there are no mechanical moving parts to break. SSDs also differ from HDD in that they consume much less energy, again because there are no moving parts…this allows for much longer battery life for laptops and less energy consumption for desktops and servers. Installing an SSD along with a memory upgrade is the best way to improve your system. NEMIX RAM Solid State Drives, for example are available in 240GB, 256GB, 480GB, 512GB and 1TB with G Gbit/s of transfer speeds, 3D TLC NAND-based flash memory. Today’s Internal SSDs form factor come in a variety of form factors. The most popular and widely used is the 2.5” SATA III along with M.2 2280. SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is the standard form for connecting an internal storage drive to the system’s motherboard. Other form factors may also include M.2-2242 SSD, M.2-2260 SSD and mSATA SSD. 

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  1. NEMIX RAM 240GB SSD 2.5 SATA III 6Gb/s 3D NAND TLC Fast Solid State Drive
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  2. NEMIX RAM SSD 240GB M.2 2280 6Gb/s 3D NAND TLC Internal Solid State Drive
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  3. Apple Mac Pro 2006 - 2008 SSD 240GB SATA III 6Gb/s 3D NAND TLC Internal Solid State Drive
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