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Technical question about SSD drives


danezeq
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Hello everyone.

I understand that the fastest drives are . the mother Necessarily * not * connect to SATA cable? They always sit on the motherboard?

 

What is the fastest drive you can buy that connects via a SATA cable? And is it necessarily a connection via slower SATA cable to motherboard drives?

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NVMe is protocol and not really physical.

The physical interface can have different configurations, even remotely.

In home computing most of the time it is either M.2 in all its tones or BGA.

 

SATA is both a protocol and a physical interface.

The problem is that it has developed at its own pace and has not met the capabilities of storage technology developments.

 

Because flash storage has become so fast over time, the interfaces and protocols that were acceptable to internalize in the business and business market had to change.

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What is the fastest drive you can buy that connects via a SATA cable? And is it necessarily a connection via slower SATA cable to motherboard drives?

The Samsung EVO 680 is probably at a reasonable and fast price.

Not necessarily, there are drives that sit on the motherboard but work on the SATA interface, and then are basically limited to the SATA traffic speed.

Drives Who work at the PCIE interface are necessarily faster.

 

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