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Which SSD is faster?

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Basic this means that they are not the fastest and also that in long operations their speed decreases.

Advanced drives have a higher initial speed (say 1000 megabytes per second or even 3500 instead of 150-300).


But all Will feel faster than a mechanical drive that takes time to find files and transmits information at 70-100 megabytes per second.

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Okay and how do you feel about the difference?
File transfer? How many people do you know who sit and transfer files on the computer for fun? Yes, transferring files to expensive SSDs has significant advantages, in normal uses the differences are negligible and the investment is really bad compared to what can be done with the money elsewhere on the computer.

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