Buying Tips For All Your Solid State Drive Shopping

From the last 2 decades everything in computer world has become faster and people are constantly upgrading their computers and laptops from time to time to get the full performance output from their computer system, they are upgrading RAMs, Processors and even changing their system’s Motherboard too, but nobody thinks about to upgrade their primary storage devices, from where all the computer processing get starts.

The device which I am talking about is your computer’s Hard Drive and a lot of people doesn’t know, but all the process what you do on your computer, all those things are mainly processed from the Hard disk drive of your PC, because all your Software’s, Media Files, and Operating System are actually saved on your system’s Hard Drive.

So, if you are reading this article then it’s quite possible that you are looking to upgrade your computer system’s storage device too, which is actually great, and believe it or not but using a SSD instead of a normal Hard Disk Drive can double your old system’s performance even without upgrading anything else, like your Ram or Processor.

Even those people who are using SSD in their computers or laptops, they really don’t want to move back to the hard drive because the reason is quite simple, the huge 20 times better and faster storage performance difference.

So, if you’re going to buy a new solid state drive for your new or maybe old computer, then actually this is the best thing what to can do for your computer to cut the whole system’s storage performance bottleneck out from its way.

So, Let’s See How To Buy A Solid State Drive For All Your Super-Fast Storage Need

Actually, buying an SSD for your computer or laptop isn’t that simple like buying a Hard Disk Drive because even a low performer SSD can deliver you the greatest speed as compared to the Top-end HDD, but not all SSD’s are same and you can actually see the huge price difference in different SSD’s which even having same storage capacity.

And not just that, even there are 4 different sizes of SSD’s are available in the market which makes buying an SSD more complicated, but the thing is, now you really don’t have to worry about it because with the help of this article, I’m going to make you clear about every little detail regarding SSD’s which you can’t even find in any other single article on the web. And yes, you can thanks me later at down below in the comments. 🙂

To buy an SSD, first you’ll need to understand the three main characteristics of a storage device which are:

  1. Storage Capacity
  2. Physical Size
  3. Real Time Performance

And to understand all these things, like how much capacity do you need for your computer or which size of SSD can fit into your system’s casing or how much performance do you need for yourself, or maybe how to differentiate the performance difference in different SSD’s, and I know they all are really messed up question to answer, but I actually made three different subtopics written down below in this article where I talked about all these subjects and make everything clear about the different types or how much capacity drive you actually really need for yourself.

So, let’s starts with;

#How Much Storage Do You Need For Your New SSD Drive?

Determining the storage need is all depending upon your use. So first, you’ll have made clear about how much storage actually do you need for your computer because a normal SSD is 2 times and some are actually 4 times expensive than a normal hard drive and that’s the reason why people buy SSD storage more wisely as compared to the other storage devices.

For a normal user, around 250GB of SSD storage is I think enough according to my experience and to truly calculate how much capacity do you actually needs for yourself, you’ll need to sum all your data storage space and then decide how you really needs.

And it’s be like, suppose you’ll be going to install Windows 10 on your SSD which takes around 30GB of storage and you also wanted to save your own bunch of photos and videos collection which maybe can take around 100GB of more storage and with that, suppose you also need to store 1000+ Songs and around 20+ movies more, which I think takes up to 50GB of more storage space and by combing all your Data Storage Size you can see really how much storage do you actually needs for your computer or laptop.

So, according to my example adding 30GB for windows + 100GB for photos and videos + 50GB for movies and songs is going be equal to = 180GB, and just like I said 250GB is really enough for a normal computer user.

If you don’t have a big budget to buy a big storage Solid State Drive then you can go for the low-end SSDs drive which is also quite worthy these days.

The main reason why we really need to a big storage drive is to storage all the huge amount of data what we have and for budget wallet users, the second best option what you can still choose is to use two different storage devices in your computer or laptop, and the first one is smaller storage SSD for the boot drive to get the great performance and the second one is, big storage size HDD for all you extra data storage.

And those who don’t know what Boot Drive really is, then it means your operating system drive like a C: drive where normally your Windows or other Softwares is installed.

And a lot of people also sending me emails asking about how much SSD storage do they really need for their boot drive and according to me, for a normal user 64GB drive is actually enough and if you are a gamer and need a budget SSD for gaming then 120GB is really going to be beneficial for you.

#What Size Of SSD Going Be Fit Into Your Computer Or Laptop?

Just like I said there are 4 different sizes of SSDs are available in the market and every different SSD have its own different interface to make using SSD more reliable as compared to a normal hard disk drive.

And not just that, every different SSD also having its own different physical size so now you just use SSD in almost every computer system around the world, like laptops, mini notebooks, and even latest tablets also using SSD’s in it to performance faster and better as compared to the old ones.

List of 4 different sizes of SSD’s:

  • 2.5 Inch SSD
  • PCI Card SSD
  • M.2 SSD

So, now I’m gonna talk about every available SSD what you can use in your computer or laptop and I’m also suggested some tips and helpful suggestion to use those different types of SSD with a hard disk drive to make computer super-fast with having heavy storage capacity supports.

@1st Type – 2.5 INCH SSD

About It: “2.5 inches” SSD is the exactly same looking as compared to the laptop’s hard disk drive and it’s the best replacement of a normal hard disk and yes you can easily use it in any computer or laptop because it uses the same interface just like a normal hard disk do.

Size: 2.5 Inch is just the dimension of this type of SSD but actually there are two different height of 2.5 inch SSD’s are available in the market which is 7mm and 9.5mm SSD. MM means millimeter and 9.5mm SSD is the one who actually used the most in all laptop or desktop computers and if you are using a slim size laptop for yourself, then the 7mm 2.5inch SSD is the one which you really need for your next upgradation.

Interface: Mainly there are three types of different interfaces are available in this 2.5 inch SSD’s category which are SATA 2.0, SATA 3.0 and at last U.2, all three interface having its own performance difference where the U.2 is the one who performs amazingly well as compared to the SATA.

  • SATA 2.0 is the old fashion Sata interface which can only deliver you the half performance as compared to the new SATA 3.0 version SSD’s but the thing is, nowadays not a single latest SSD comes in SATA 2.0 interface because it’s too slow and nobody wants slow speed when it comes to buying a new Solid State Drive for their computer or laptop.
  • SATA 3.0 is the latest Sata interface available in all latest motherboards which can gives you the 6Gb/s of data transferring speed while processing the data and if you’re looking to buy a new SSD for your computer or laptop then the Sata 3.0 will really going to be the best replacement for your system’s hard Disk drive.
  • U.2 is the best performer 2.5 inch Solid State Drive available in the market and the bad thing about the U.2 SSD is that you can’t use this SSD in any desktop motherboard because there are only limit amount of motherboards are available in the market who supports U.2 SSD and the second most unacceptable thing about the U.2 SSD is that you can’t even use it on your laptop too. But nowadays nobody uses U.2 SSD’s because the latest M.2 SSDs is the one who actually takes the place of U.2 by providing the exactly same performance and the good part is that you can also use M.2 SSD inside your latest laptops too.

#At Last, How To install 2.5 Inch SSD?

As you can see there are three different types of 2.5-inch SSDs are available and it’s all depending upon your computer’s or laptop’s motherboard to support which one, because your system’s motherboard do need to have an SATA connector to connect the Sata Solid State Drive or needs a U.2 connector to connect U.2 SSD in it.

Normal every computer or laptop’s motherboard having SATA connectors built on it to add a storage drive, but I can’t say that every motherboard is having SATA 3.0 connector because both SATA 2.0 and SATA 3.0 connector looks exactly same but works differently and to confirm what type of Sata version does your motherboard is having on it PCB, you’ll need to check your desktops or laptops motherboard specification to find out what type of SATA does your motherboard supports.

If you have SATA 2.0 connector on your motherboard then you don’t have to worry about it because you can also use SATA 3.0 SSD on both computer and laptop as you can see the physical interface connector is identically same.

But by using the 3.0 SATA SSD on SATA 2.0 connector, the problem what you will be going to face is in the performance, because SATA 2.0 only supports 3 Gb/s Speed and because of that the performance remains limit to 3Gb/s while testing the process speed.

If you wanted to use 2.5 inch SSD in the place of big 3.5-inch desktop hard disk’s cabinet casing, then you’ll need to buy an extra “2.5 to 3.5-inch converter bracket” for your SSD to fit the drive into your big desktop’s cabinet just like shown in the picture given below.

If you are going to buy a solid state drive for your laptop and don’t have any idea about, what size of a drive your laptop supports, in that case, you can take out your old hard disk drive from your laptop and then measure its height by using a measuring tape. I’m only suggesting you this because you can’t able to fit the 9.5mm SSD into a small space where only 7mm SSD can fit in.

@2nd Type – PCI Express SSD Card

About It: SSDs uses Non-Volatile Memory NAND Chips which is actually more powerful than a physically moving disk drive, and mainly hard disk drive comes in SATA interface because its performance is limited and stays under the SATA transferring speed and to replace hard disk drive, engineers made SSD which can actually utilize the full performance of SATA interface, and even all new latest SATA SSD’s can use full 6Gb/s transferring speed what an SATA 3.0 can deliver but the important thing is, SSD can perform way beyond faster than the SATA 3.0 and basically that’s the part where SATA becomes bottleneck when it comes to performance. In that time, engineers start to think and come up with a new product called PCIe SSDs by combining the PCI card with SSD’s NAND Chips.

And for those who don’t know about why I use the word  “bottleneck” in the above paragraph, then Bottleneck mainly refers to the top narrow part of a bottle. In engineering, it refers to a phenomenon where the performance or capacity of an entire system is limited by a single or a small number of components or resources, and it’s be like, you have a racing bike and tank full of gas but you are racing on a road full of sand and dirt, where the sand and dirt becoming bottleneck for the bike.

PCI 3.0 generation slots can deliver 64 Gb/s of data transferring speed where the fastest SATA 3.0 drive can get you to the 6 Gb/s only and I think now you know what I’m talking about.

Size: Actually for PCI SSD’s, size doesn’t matter but before buying any, you’ll have to make sure about one thing and that is, does your computer’s cabinet do have enough space to add a card in it because some compact size desktop cabinet can only support small PCI cards and if you do have a compact size cabinet on your side, then it’s hard to find any half size PCI SSD card in the market and in that condition, the only option what you left with is to buy a NVMe M.2 SSD which can also provide you same great performance because its uses same data transmission speed like PCI SSD’s and to use it on your desktop, you’ll need to buy one M.2 to PCI converter and one M.2 SSD which can allow you to attach half-size bracket in small cases just like shows in the picture given below.

Interface: is the main thing when it comes to buying a PCI SSD because there are only two different type of PCI SSD’s are available in the market which are PCI X4 and PCI x8 and both PCI x4 & x8 also available in two different generation which is “PCI 2.0 Generation 2” and “PCI 3.0 generation 3”, where generation Gen 2 PCI x4 2.0 can deliver 16Gb/s and Gen 3 PCI x4 3.0 can deliver 32 Gb/s of transferring speed, and if you need more speed then you can buy PCI x8 SSD’s which can give you 2 times faster speed as compare to the PCI x4 which is specified for 32Gb/s in Gen 2 PCI x8 2.0 and 64Gb/s in Gen 3 PCI x8 3.0, and that’s the reason why gen 3 x8 SSD is the faster SSD ever made in the computer history and mainly it uses in Data Centers and Servers where the actual performance is needed the most .

Normally most of PCIe SSD card comes with M.2 SSD Card built on it because M.2 SSDs uses the same interface and speed just like the PCI SSD do and it’s fast, cheap and can be easily converted to use in small M.2 slots. To know more about M.2 SSD just stay and continue with the topic because I have also written about it, down in this article.

#At Last, How To install PCI SSD?

First of all you can’t use this type of SSD on your laptop because a laptop don’t have that kind of space to fit the card in it and to use a PCI SSD on your computer’s motherboard you’ll do need a PCI Express X4 or x8 Series PCI Slot on your motherboard in order to connect or fit the PCI SSD card in it.

Size of both x4 and x8 are different from each other and yes you can’t use any big size x8 SSD in small x4 PCI slot, but the thing which I really wanted to make you clear about it is, nowadays almost every computer’s motherboard have at least one big PCI x16 slot on it even it won’t have any X4 or x8 slot, and the great thing is that you can actually use x4 or x8 SSD Cards in that PCI x16 slot only if you are not using any graphic card in it, which mainly x16 used for.

Here is the picture given below which shows you how to install a PCI x4 SSD in PCI x16 Slot:

At last, do make sure about what generation of PCI Express X series slot does your motherboard is having because every generation has twice of bandwidth difference.

@3rd Type – mSATA Mini PCI Express SSD Card

About It: Mainly mSATA SSD’s introduced for laptops, mini Notebooks, and tablets PCs because of its decent compact size, and actually, I also use an mSATA SSD on my laptop too.

If you are looking to buy a new SSD for your laptop then the mSATA SSD will really going to be the best option for you because it won’t require that space where actually your laptop’s old hard disk is installed and just because of that, you can use both SSD and HDD in your laptop and make your portable device super-fast with plenty of extra HDD storage for extra storage solution.

Nowadays, even 1 Terabytes of storage capacity holding mSATA SSDs are available in the market. The best part about these mSATA SSD’s is that, it actually won’t use that much power supply either and if you can give up your laptop’s old drive and only use one big storage mSATA SSD in it then you can pretty good boost your laptop’s battery backup and that’s the reasons which make manufacturers to use mSATA SSDs in most of the ultrabook laptops to deliver the best performance and battery backup.

Size: Mainly there are only two different sizes of mSATA SSD’s are available in the market as according to the small size bracket of mini PCIe slot which you can found on almost all laptop’s motherboard.

The first one is full size “59.6mm mSATA mini PCIe card” which is the default size mSATA SSD card but in some laptops big size can’t able to get fit in because of small bracket space, and that’s where the second one came out which is “30mm mSATA Mini PCIe card” to fill that compact space, and by using “mm” I means millimeter which I actually used to define the height.

Interface: The reason why these Mini PCIe card type SSD’s called “mSATA” because it uses SATA interface technology for the data transferring interface and for the physical interface it needs a mini PCIe slot to get attached to your laptop.

Just like SATA, these card types SSD’s also have two different interfaces, which is SATA 2.0 and SATA 3.0 just like the 2.5 inch SATA SSD’s do and both 2.0 and 3.0 are compatible with the mini PCIe slot and nowadays all new mSATA SSD’s comes only in SATA 3.0 version to deliver the best performance out from their circuit board.

#At Last, How To install mSATA SSD?

Actually that’s not compulsory you can only use that mSATA SSD only on your laptop or tablet, but the thing is you can also use it on your desktop’s motherboards too, only if your motherboard do have a Mini PCIe slot on it, and if you have one then fitting the PCIe card in it won’t get complicated either because you’ll just have to slide the card in and tighten the single screw on it.

Installing this SSD Card in this laptop is also easy because you’ll just have to remove the back panel of your laptop and then find the free Mini PCIe slot to install the card in it, here’s the given picture below to show you how a free Mini PCIe slot looks like.

The one thing which I again wanted to clear about is, please make sure about your laptop do haveing a space to fit the full-size card in it or it only have a small half-size bracket for small cards. And more thing, not every laptop having free mini

And more thing, not every laptop have free mini PCIe slot because normally a normal laptop has only one mini PCIe slot which is already used for WIFI Adaptor Card to use the Wi-Fi connection on the device and if your laptop doesn’t have any more than one mini PCIe slot. In that case, you still have two wicked options to choose and those are, you can give up your Wi-Fi Card and use SSD in the place of that Wi-Fi card, or don’t use mSATA and go for the 2.5 Inch SSD.

Tip: If you are having some hard time to find the mini PCIe slot on your laptop, then watching the disassembly video of your laptop on YouTube might be a great idea what you can try, because some of the laptop’s having its Mini PCIe slot covered under the hidden casing.

@4th Type – M.2 SSD Card

About It: M.2 is also the another great invention in SSDs market which is actually quite power like PCIe SSD card. M.2 SSDs also have multi-device compatibility and yes we can’t ignore its compact size which is really taking over the mSATA or PCIe SSD’s because the main reason is, M.2 do compact like mSATA and works super fast like PCIe cards.

Not all laptops or desktops is having an M.2 slot on it but I bet this technology will going to be viral in future and I believe in future every motherboard will start to having at least one M.2 slot on it just like now we have SATA and PCIe slots on currently available motherboards.

Size: Normally M.2 cards comes in 8 different sizes which are actually really annoying but the best part is, the M.2 SSD only comes in three different sizes which is 42mm, 60mm and 80mm in height and just like mSATA you do have to confirm what size of M.2 SSD going to be fit into your laptop, and for desktops I think you don’t have to worry about the size because normally most of all desktop’s M.2 slot bracket supports all size SSD’s and to fit the drive, you’ll just have to fit the card in and tighten the screw in suitable screw holder.

Interface: Maybe understanding the interface is really going to be typical for you because M.2 Slot have different keys which define different connection pins pattern by using a notch to connect different types of M.2 card in that slot and mainly for M.2 SSD’s we use only need two different keys slot which is B key or M key M.2 Solt, as you can see in the picture given below.

Both “B-Key” and “M-Key” data transferring speed is different from each other because mainly B-Key M.2 slot uses PCIe x2 interface where the M-Key M.2 Slot uses PCIe x4 interface which is actually provides double bandwidth as compared to the PCI x2.

The great thing about the M.2 SSDs is, most of SSD’s come in the dual physical interface which includes B and M key both together to use a single card in two different key slots which actually makes it less complicated and more compatible while using it.

Here’s the picture given below of an SDD who actually use dual compatible interface.

Just like I said understanding the M.2 interface is might get complicated because understanding different keys aren’t the only thing which you’ll only need to learn about it because there is one more factor who is actually responsible for the whole M.2 SSD performance, which is two different data processing interface.

And the two different things what I talking about is SATA 3.0 and the main NVMe interface.

Yes, just like small 2.5 inch or mSATA SSD’s, M.2 also uses the SATA technology interface for data transmission which is mainly made for using it in M.2 “B-Key” slot interface, but the great thing about SATA 3.0 M.2 SSD’s is, most of SSD’s comes in dual physical interface which I’m all mentioned above in the article and not just that, it’s cheaper than the NVMe SSD’s and works great just like SATA 3.0 mSATA SSD does.

NVMe means Non-Volatile Memory Express and that’s the same technology what PCIe SSD’s uses in it, and actually that’s the main reason to buy M.2 SSD because SATA becoming bottleneck again for laptop users and you can’t use big PCI SSD’s card in your laptop too and that’s the part where NVMe M.2 SSD was introduced.

The reason why M.2 SSD’s is fastest because it used M.2 “M-Key” slot interface which actually uses PCIe x4 Generation 3 data transmission interface which can provide you up to 32Gb/s of transferring speed while processing the data and that’s the main reason why NVMe M.2 SSD’s don’t comes in dual physical interfere just like SATA 3.0 M.2 SSD’s do.

Nowadays M.2 SSD also becomes the key hardware in PCIe SSD because of the same interface, and to use M.2 SSD on the PCIe slot in your desktop, you’ll just need to buy one M.2 to PCIe converter or maybe you can also buy a PCI SSD Card which already comes with built in M.2 SSD, just like shows in the picture given below.

#At Last, How To install M.2 SSD?

Installing M.2 SSD guide is same for all the device and the important thing what you’ll need to focus on is, look out the M.2 connector on your computer or laptop and see what size of M.2 SSD can be able to fit in it, because not all desktop’s or laptop’s motherboard supports big size M.2 SSD card, because some desktop or laptop only have small size M.2 bracket in it.

Mostly size isn’t that problematic for desktop but it really does for laptops because of the compact laptop’s internal design;

M.2 is the latest SSD’s in the market and it’s possible that your old laptop or desktop don’t have any M.2 slot in it, and in that case for laptop user you can use mSATA SSD which is actually the most common slot to found in all laptops and for desktop users, you can use M.2 to PCIe adapter converter as shown in the picture given below.

#What’s the performance difference in different SSD’s?

When you go out for SSD shopping and you see there are lot of different price range of SSD’s are available in the market who having the same amount of storage capacity in it, and actually there are some sensible reasons why some are cheap and some are expensive and to describe these different reasons, I only use one word answer who tells everything and that word is “performance”.

Actually, performance is the main thing why we use SSD’s because nobody wants to lose their money for slow speed and yes there are a lot of different factors which decides the whole SSD’s performance and yes, also the price tag too.

Here is some major tech performance term what you’ll have to look over while buying a Solid state drive for yourself:

#1 Read And Write Speed is the core performance of every storage device because that describe how fast your data going to be written or may be read from those memory cells which basically built on the SSD’s motherboard circuit.

Actually, there are two different ways to calculate the performance of a storage device and those are:

  • Checking Sequential Access Speed
  • Checking Random Access Speed

Mainly in storage devices, we calculate the Sequential Access Speed in Megabytes per Second and for Random Access Speed we use numbers of IOOPS (Input/output Operation per Second). The thing which you’ll need to focus on is that the higher number is better whatever you are looking for better sequential or random access performance.

If you need my opinion, then I highly recommend you to look for higher IOOPS SSD because in our daily day to day life we actually need fast random access performance for our operating system and other programs general duties, because when an operating system or maybe some programme starts to get in process it needs to access files from different data files which mainly saved in different memory cell’s location and that’s the reason why I give importance to Random Access Speed as compared to Sequential Access Speed.

#2 Type of NAND Chips Everybody knows SSD’s is fast and works on memory chips what we mainly called NAND chips and I think for past 7 years SSD becoming more powerful and getting bigger as what we all seeing and the core reason why these SSD’s working wonderfully and starts to holding bigger storage capacity is mainly the unlimited developed memory chips.

And yes those chips are the one who actually origin the 2GB/s of reading speed while processing the sequentially stored data, isn’t that wonderful.

Just because of that I really what you to looks over to the SSD’s specification to know what type of chip is that SSD’s is running on.

Believe me, you’ll really gonna impress when you see the real-time performance while you working and that’s only gonna happen when you buy a great performer type of chip holding SSD and to know all about those I actually described all chips types below in this article to make your SSD shopping extra intelligently.

Here’s the list of types of NAND flash technology which all are easily available in the market:

  • Single-level cell (SLC): is the one who actually stores 1 bit of data per cell which offers you the highest performance what you can ever get from a solid state drive, but the bad part about the SLC SSD’s is, those are really expensive and you’ll have to extra lose your pocket if you are willing to buy extraordinary.
  • Multi-level cell (MLC): SSD’s can store multiple bits of data per cell which is mainly two 2 bit and actually it’s also the one with lower endurance chips as compared to SLC but the best part about is that even a low budget buyer can afford it and can feel the great power fast processing speed and not just that, the MLC SSD’s also becomes the highest selling SSD’s nowadays.
  • Triple-level cell (TLC): SSD’ can actually store 3 bits of data per cell which mainly slow down its performance but the great thing is that its ultra-cheap and now even a low or maybe very low budget user can buy a TLC Chip SSD for their computer and the person like me who only like fast things can also use a TLC SSD too for their fast backup storage solution.

#3 Interface – is also another main thing when it comes to the performance because you do need a great road to ride a racing bike and that how an interface works for SSDs.

After reading all the great information from above in this article, I think now you do know better about how different interface can affect the performance and that’s the reason why I again highlight this interface topic so, you don’t forget the main thing after reading all this above 5000+ words long guide.

#Lets Answer The Main Questions Now

Question 1. – How to Buy a Solid State Drive for Desktops Computers?

Answer. If you’re looking for a replacement for your computer’s hard disk without paying any extra money then TLC 2.5 inch SSD will be going to fit perfect under your budget condition and if you are a professional gamer or developer then maybe you can buy MLC 2.5 inch SSD for yourself because it’s actually quite worthy.

If you’re willing to take performance out from your computer system then you’ll also go for NVMe M.2 SSD and by using that you’ll be definitely going to feel the ultrafast performance speed for all your multitasking and hardcore work and if your computer don’t have any M.2 Slot to fit the SSD card in it, then buying NVMe M.2 PCIe Card which is also a good option which will works like a charm in your computer system.

If you need SSD for your home server or maybe data center server then the PCI x8 SSD card will really make you feel like using a supercomputer.

Question 2. – How to Buy a Solid State Drive for Laptop Computers?

Answer. Just like desktops, TLC 2.5 inch SSD is also good for all budget buyers and if you need more speed then you can go for MLC 2.5 inch SSD.

If you don’t want to disconnect your laptop’s hard disk drive then using mSATA SSD in your mini PCIe slot is also the great option what you can still have choose and if you are hungry for performance then using NVMe M.2 SSD is the best thing what your laptop can get in these days and it will definitely fulfill all your performance needs but the main thing is, it requires free M.2 slot which actually isn’t famous in all laptops motherboard, but you can check your laptops specification to check does your laptop is having one or not.

#At Last, Little Extra Help By Me

If to wanted to save your time then you can also check out my these articles where I did all the comparison stuff and listed all types of best SSD products available in the market as you see in the link given below:

So, I did my best and it’s all up to you to buy whatever the type of product you want for your laptop or desktop PC.

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