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benetach, March 23, 2017
Ssd for system files and critical apps (speed required) where you don't need too much r/w.
Hdd for the rest.
Simple put SSD for System and everything you want to have available fast. HDD for massive storage
SSD all the way
HDD is cheap and larger. SSD isnt worth for me.
SSD all the way! Speed and Reliability!
HDD for Games + Space.
SSD for Windows.
SSD for OS, apps. HDD for games , videos, docs etc.
SSD speeds up my Computer. But HDD is a lot cheaper and you can get more space for your money.
i use both of them
I feel like SSD is one of those things you don't really appreciate unless you own one yourself
SSD is flash storage and has no moving parts whatsoever. As a result, they're smaller. SSD storage is much faster than its HDD equivalent.
Pro's: Speed, form factor, ruggedness, no fragmentation, no noise.
Con's: Price, capacity, availability, short lifespan.
HDD storage is made up of magnetic tape and has mechanical parts inside. They're larger than SSDs and much slower to read and write.
Pro's: Price, capacity, availability, long lifespan.
Con's: Noise, fragmentation, slow, big.
SSD. HDD are okay but no where near as good as a SSD.
SSD no question
SSD for speed. HDD for capacity.
SSD is much faster
I have dell inspiron 531 is best computer for everything! For the speed and the space you should buy it!
SSD is far more faster
SSD without a doubt.
lol no comparison over here ssd win by far due to its speed and its noiseless
Absolutely SSD, lack of mechanical heads makes it much more powerful and safe. ;-)
SSD boost your pc performance
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