If SSDs are so good, why have internal HDDs sold way more than internal SSDs in the last 30 years?
Checkmate SSD memers.
Just recieved mine.
My friend has one and he regrets buying it for €90.
I know this is bait, but for people who seriously think about muh drive failingsz
>Not installing your OS and programs to an SSD whilst keeping your files on a HDD whilst simultaneously doing frequent backups
You could also just create whole drive images to just slap back onto a new hard drive if your drive really fails, and don't even need to reinstall shit.
You obviously dont know how this stuff works you fucking sperglord
The HDD read/write patterns aren't green and red; they're blue and yellow. Also, the inner and outer rings are reverted. Please don't come talking shit when you don't even know how basic 3D modular hypoaxis spin-up modeling work.
but you forget about 4D tunnels through plates, to read data simultaneously from all plates at one time. Making worm hole in center, due to high speed rotation, and tunneling data on fourth dimension to upper plate.
>Reliability (MTBF) 1.5 Million Hours Reliability (MTBF)
Did i get this right. Samsung says 171 years MTBF. I wonder what is the deviation.
I'm tired of posting normal text pasta. Have some greentext instead
>many times faster than a hard drive disk
>responsiveness means programs boot faster and the system is generally faster
>consumes little power, good for battery life
>no moving parts so it can't really scratch itself and die with a little push
>increasing capacities will soon leave HDDs behind, Toshiba is planning for a 128TB drive on 2017
>very reliable, knows exactly when it's going to die
>it will probably die after you do
>more expensive than the competition
There's other technical stuff like virtual memory, but it's another advantage. One thing that I want to mention is that apparently it doesn't retain data if it isn't used for a few weeks. I think it's bullshit considering I just grabbed an old Intel 520 SSD with everything intact. There's also Mushikin planning for a 4TB drive at $500 which is damn impressive considering 1TB drives like the 850 PRO cost $400 last year.
Yes, I didn't spell Mushkin correctly. HDDs won't go away anytime soon, I have loads of them, but I'd like for SSDs to take over even for archival purposes.