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SSD Vs HDD What is the Difference between SSD and HDD (1).pptx

SSD Vs HDD What is the Difference between SSD and HDD (1).pptx

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The solid-state drives and hard disk drives look is similar, but the way they store data is very different. Each type of drive has pros and cons; how you use your computer will determine which type is best for you.In this ppttalked about-SSD Vs HDD: What is the Difference between SSD and HDD.

The solid-state drives and hard disk drives look is similar, but the way they store data is very different. Each type of drive has pros and cons; how you use your computer will determine which type is best for you.In this ppttalked about-SSD Vs HDD: What is the Difference between SSD and HDD.

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SSD Vs HDD What is the Difference between SSD and HDD (1).pptx

  1. 1. SSD Vs HDD: What is the Difference between SSD and HDD? www.lappysoft.in What is the difference between solid-state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs)? The solid-state drives and hard disk drives look is similar, but the way they store data is very different. Each type of drive has pros and cons; how you use your computer will determine which type is best for you. Computer repair in Noida is also the best source of information regarding understanding their differences. This guide to HDD vs. SSD shows you how each type of storage drive works and what that means for you.
  2. 2. Magnetism is used in an HDD, which lets you store data on a spinning platter. Its head can read and write data that floats above the spinning platter. The faster an HDD can work, the faster the platter spins. The HDD also has an I/O controller and firmware. The firmware tells the hardware what to do and talks to the rest of the system. What is HDD?
  3. 3. • Hard disk drives have one or more magnetically sensitive platters, an actuator arm with a read/write head for each platter, and a motor to spin the platters and move the arms. • An I/O controller and firmware communicate with the rest of the system and tell the hardware what to do. • A solid-state drive (SSD) is a storage device that keeps data on solid-state flash memory and does not lose it when the power goes out. • However, the data is stored on flash memory chips linked together instead of platters. • Compared to HDD, its performance is better. What is an SSD? How does an HDD work? • Each platter is made up of tracks, which are concentric circles.
  4. 4. How does SSD Work? SSDs are like big USB drives because they use the same technology. NAND is a type of flash memory that is used in solid-state drives. At the most basic level, data is stored in floating gate transistors by recording a charge. The gates are set up in a grid, which is then put together to make a block. The size of the blocks can vary, but each row in the grid is called a page.
  5. 5. • HDD reads and writes data more slowly than SSD. SSD reads and writes data more quickly. • The latency of an HDD is higher than that of an SSD. • HDD can handle fewer I/O operations per second (IOPS), while SSD can handle more (IOPS). • HDD can make noise because it has moving parts. SSD, on the other hand, does not make noise. • HDDs are more likely to crash and break because they have moving parts, but SSDs can handle vibrations up to 2000Hz. Difference between HDD and SSD SSD HDD
  6. 6. • Sufficient storage space • The stored items are still there if the computer is turned off. • It is built into the computer, so you cannot lose it. • They are easy for computers to communicate to. • Stores documents of different types • The operating system and software files can be stored on an HDD device. • Portable • They are less expensive than SSD. Advantages of HDD
  7. 7. • The access speed of an SSD drive is between 35 and 100 microseconds. So it can deliver 100 times as much performance as HDDs. • SSDs have lighter parts or moving parts because they are more mobile and better suited for people who are always on the go. • SSD drives are tough and last a long time. • SDD stores data in flash memory, which makes it more reliable. Advantages of SSD
  8. 8. • If the computer's hard disk fails, it will not work. • You will lose your important files if the HDD drive crashes or breaks • When a hard drive stops working, it is hard to get the data back. • The regular head can crash, which damages the disk's surface. • Since the hard drive is built into the computer, you cannot move it to another one. Disadvantages of HDD
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