WHAT IS SSD IN SIMPLE TERM’s??
An SSD (solid-state drive) is a type of non-volatile storage media that stores persistent data on solid-state flash memory. Two key components make up an SSD: a flash controller and NAND flash memory chips. The architectural configuration of the SSD controller is optimized to deliver high read and write performance for both sequential and random data requests. SSDs are sometimes referred to as flash drives or solid-state disks.
WHAT IS HDD IN SIMPLE TERM’s??
A hard disk drive (HDD) is a non-volatile computer storage device containing magnetic disks or platters rotating at high speeds. It is a secondary storage device used to store data permanently, random access memory (RAM) being the primary memory device. Non-volatile means data is retained when the computer is turned off.
Advantages of SSD
- Data Transfer speed is faste in SSD
- SSD are great for System storage , windows will boot faster , programs opens quicky overall it make enire device smoother.
- SSD can work at higher allitude and tempratures
- SSD are lighter in weight
- lowe risk of failure due to vibration or shock
- SSD wights serveral grams which is good if you are upgrading your laptop from HDD to SSD
Disadvantages of SSD
- Cost More than Hard disk
- Some of the solid state drives especially those using NAND memory-flash chips can be written only for a limited number of time. Although, solid state dives using DRAM technology do not come with such a limitation, they cost more.
Advantages of HDD
- HDD are significataly cheaper than SSD
- They can be used as archival storage
- HDD have longer lifespan
- HDD have larger base storage
Disadvantages of HDD
- A traditional hard drive will perform slower compared SSD
- HDD Consume more compared to SSDs
- Due to the constant rotation of the platter disks and the movement of read/write head there is a distracting noise produced by the hard drive
- A hard disk drive is more vulnerable to mechanical failures since they contain moving parts.