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February 15, 2020


Martin Flavell

Hi, thanks for sharing the info. Definitely , it is one of the best ways to store a large amount of data as SSDs stockpiles data on the flash memory, therefore it can be accessed very rapidly. Moreover, If you're connecting via a higher-speed protocol like USB 3.0 or USB-C, you'll notice the most benefit!!

However, it's one key disadvantage is that the memory used in the SSDs can only be written a limited number of times, thus it might get unusable before an HDD would, but it depends on how you use it. thanks again, keep posting the good stuff!!

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