hhd ssd

Introducing HHD SSD, a high-performance storage solution designed to enhance your computing experience. Offering lightning-fast data transfer speeds, this cutting-edge product combines the best of both worlds - the reliability of a hard disk drive and the superior performance of a solid-state drive. With its spacious storage capacity and robust endurance, HHD SSD provides ample space for storing and accessing your data, whether it's games, multimedia files, or important documents. Its compact and sleek design makes it perfect for both desktop and laptop users alike. Upgrade your storage solution today and unlock the power of HHD SSD.

S201 512GB Desktop SSD Specifications

Model Name S201 MOQ 1 piece
Interface SATA III NAND Flash  TLC/QLC
Flash Type 3D NAND Form Factor 2.5Inch SATA
Sequential Read 500-550MB/s Sequential Write 500-540MB/s
Dimensions L100mm*W70mm*H7mm Warranty 3 years
Storage Temp -20℃to+75℃ Operating Temp. 0℃--+70℃
Shipping methods DHL / FEDEX, UPs, TNT etc Certificates CE/ RoHS/ FCC/ ISO9001
Supply Ability 500,000 pieces per month Port Shenzhen Port
Product Delivery 3-5 working days Packaging Customized


GM888 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD - 7100MB/s Specifications

Model Name GM888 Capacity Option 512GB,1TB,2TB,4TB
Interface PCIe Gen 4x4 NAND Flash  3D TLC
Input Voltage DC 3.3V Form Factor M.2
Sequential Read 6800-7100MB/s Sequential Write 6000-6500MB/s
Dimensions L80mm*W22mm*H2.1mm Warranty 3 years
Storage Temp -20℃to+75℃ Operating Temp. 0℃--+70℃
Supply Ability 500,000 pieces per month Port Shenzhen Port
Product Delivery 3-5 working days Packaging Customized





What is HDD and SSD?


HDD stands for hard disk drive, which is a traditional storage device that uses magnetic spinning disks to store data. On the other hand, SSD stands for solid-state drive, which uses flash memory to store data. SSDs are faster, more durable, and lighter than HDDs, making them ideal for improving overall system performance.


What's better HDD or SSD?


Both HDD and SSD have their own advantages. HDD (hard disk drive) offers larger storage capacity and is more cost-effective. It is suitable for storing large files and data that are not frequently accessed. On the other hand, SSD (solid-state drive) provides faster read/write speeds, making it ideal for faster boot-up times and improved overall system performance. However, SSDs are generally more expensive per gigabyte compared to HDDs. Ultimately, the choice between the two depends on your specific needs, budget, and priorities.


Do I need both SSD and HDD?


It depends on your specific needs. If you need fast performance and quick access to frequently used files, then an SSD is recommended. However, if you require a large storage capacity at a lower cost, then an HDD is a better option. Consider your priorities and choose the storage solution that suits your requirements best.


Is SSD a lot faster than HDD?


Yes, SSD (Solid State Drive) is significantly faster than HDD (Hard Disk Drive). With no moving parts, SSDs offer faster data access, boot times, and file transfer speeds. They are ideal for quicker software loading, gaming, and overall system performance improvement. Compared to traditional HDDs, SSDs provide a noticeable speed advantage, enhancing overall user experience.




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