Top 5 Solid State Drive for 2014/2015

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Internal drives are those sit inside a computer to host its data, operating system, and programs. Each PC needs at least one drive to work and the performance of this drive plays an important role in the system’s overall performance.

If you are looking for an internal storage device for storing your data especially solid state drive, here are top 5 solid state drive according to our site for 2014/2015.


1. Samsung SSD 850 Pro

Samsung SSD 850 Pro is one of the best customer grade SSDs and got Four half star rating. According to users
this storage offering best performance with ultra-high endurance and it has a lot of useful features,
such as encryption and RAPID mode.

The bad side, this SSD offering a higher price than their competitor.  If you don’t mind paying the premium, the Samsung delivers the best performance currently available on the market.

850 Pro is especially great for those who regularly need to write a huge of data to the internal drive daily. But if you’re on stricter budget, the SanDisk Extreme Pro is cheaper with comparable, though not exactly identical, performance.

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2.  SanDisk Extreme Pro

Play games? Make games? Then SanDisk Extreme Pro is your right choice. With their innovative nCache pro technology delivers consistent high performance. It is offer faster load and run games and graphics-intensive application, and cool, quiet operation and low power consumption. It’s backed by SanDisk 10 year limited warranty.

The bad site, the drive doesn’t support self-encryption.

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3. Samsung 840 Pro SSD

Samsung 840 Pro enable you to boot up your computer in as little as 15 seconds, if you are a people who
want to quick access to your computer this is the right SSDs for you. It’s offers greater shock protection
for data and worry-free data security with AES 256-bit full-disk encryption.

This series SSD come with 3-core Samsung MDX Controller ensures sustained performance under the most
punishing conditions. The drive come with brushed metal case that blocks dust and corrotion. It’s backed
by a five-year limited warranty.

The bad side, Samsung 840 Pro is comparatively expensive than it’s sibling 850 Pro.

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4. OCZ Vector Series SSD

The OCZ SATA 3.0 ultrathin 2.5-inch with 7-millimeter height drive are designed and build for today’s high performance mobile and desktop platforms. While the upgrade options compatible with most of today low-profile notebooks. It also backward compatoble with SATA 2(3Gb/s) devices.

The OCZ Vector Series SATA III is fast and good-looking. It comes with a 3.5-inch desktop adapter bracket and Acronis True Image cloning software registration key (windows compatible) to easily transfer data from your old hard drive.

The bad side, it doesn’t support hardware encryption, and is not as energy-efficient as its peers. The OCZ Vector Series SSD would make a great investment for those moving on from using a hard drive as the main drive of their system.

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5. Seagate 600 SSD

The Seagate 600 Solid State Drive is an impressive SSD that offers good value, but high-performance. Now it’s available at very competitive prices.

Looking at small-file transfer characteristics, the Seagate 600 SSD behaved reasonably well with single-threaded 4kB data, hitting 28MB/s for reads and 78MB/s for writes.

As queue depth is increased the Seagate scales well, nudging 97k IOPS for reads with 32 threads and 8k IOPS for writes, although the performance tails off.

The Seagate 600 SSD work out at a very reasonable 42p per gigabyte for the larger-capacity 480GB capacity model.

The bad side, the new SSD requires the same power as a regular laptop hard drive, its current estimated cost is comparatively high, and there’s no 3.5-inch drive-bay caddy included.

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