SSD

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SSD

An SSD (Solid-State-Drive) stores data like a hard disk. In contrast to the HDDs, an SSD can also be designed as a PCIe plug-in card. In addition, an SSD has no moving parts, which also distinguishes it from standard hard drives. An SSD offers many advantages over a standard hard disk: it is mechanically robust (due to the lack of moving parts), has very fast access rates and transfer rates, and is noiseless in operation. When an SSD and a conventional hard disk are combined, this is called a hybrid hard disk (also abbreviated as HHD or SSHD).

We offer you SSDs from well-known brands like ADATA, Corsair, Crucial, Dell, HP, HyperX, Intel, Kingston, Lenovo, Plextor, Samsung, Sandisk, Toshiba, Transcend and WD.