Computer news – Internal storage is an essential requirement for PCs. Yes obviously, just imagine, without internal storage, which master domino OS system do we want to put where? Not to mention our other important data. Because important, internal storage is designed in such a way, although it has quite a variant.
Along with the development of technology, internal storage has evolved into several types of lines. Some of them have SATA HDD, SATA SSD, and there is an NVMe SSD. Well this time Jaka coincidence has a product, so the opportunity to review it. What is the difference between the NVMe SSD, the SATA SSD and the SATA HDD?
Differences SSD NVMe, SATA SSD, and SATA HDD
1. SATA SSD
For the first, Jaka deliberately review the SSD SATA first. This time, Jaka opportunity to review SSD SATA Transcend 256 GB capacity with TS256GMTS800 product series. SSD is an SSD M2 that already supports SATA III with speeds up to 6 GB / s.
Before discussing further, do you already know the basic difference between commonly used HDDs for PCs and SSDs? Here will Jaka outline.
-SSD speed is claimed to be up to 10 times much faster than HDD.
-SSD resistance to shocks is much higher, as it is flash memory, unlike HDDs that use discs or rotating disks.
-SSD prices tend to be expensive, up to 10 times more than HDD.
Well, after knowing this, Jaka will directly test for the speed of this SATA SSD. Testing Jaka uses the standard CrystalDiskMark 5 of Microsoft DiskSpd (The MIT License), and the following results.
2. SSD NVMe
Next, Jaka will review the NVMe SSD. And that will Jaka review is the NVMe Samsung PM951 SSD with a capacity of 256 GB. When asked the difference with SATA HDD, basically the same as SSD SATA, but with the addition as follows.
NVMe’s SSDs already use NVMe technology as the name implies. NVMe itself is Non-Volatile Memory Express which is the development of AHCI standard (Advanced Host Controller Interface). Promised performance is much faster than SATA SSD. How soon will it be? The following test results Jaka.
3. SATA HDD
Well, lastly, Jaka is using an ordinary SATA HDD that is still popular for now. Is a senior of the SSD NVMe and SSD SATA found by IBM in 1956. Well, is it old dong ya? So natural that this HDD technology is getting outdated.
The SATA HDD to be tested is a Hitachi HDD with 7200RPM speed and a 1 TB capacity with H2T10003272S product series. Not linger, Jaka also do simple testing as in the two SSDs above, and here are the results.
– On the SATA HDD with SATA SSD, SATA SSD read speed seen apparently capable of faster up to 5 times. While at the write speed, SATA SSD apparently can be up to 3 times faster.
– On a SATA HDD with NVMe SSDs, the read speeds of the NVMe SSDs are amazingly remote, up to 15 times. While write speeds, just like SATA SSDs, NVMe’s SSDs are 3 times faster than SATA HDDs.
– Finally, there is a SATA SSD with NVMe SSD, readable SSD NVMe read speed is up to 3 times more than SATA SSD. But for the speed of write, apparently more or less the same.
Well, so roughly like that Jaka’s review of the difference NVMe SSD, SATA SSD, and SATA HDD.