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RAM vs. SSD: What are the Differences?

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Random access memory (RAM) is a type of flash memory that your computer uses to store session data while it processes all the information you’re inputting. Solid-state drives (SSDs) are also a type of flash memory, but the two are nothing alike and share very few traits. Broadly speaking, RAM is used for temporary files […]

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NVMe vs. SSD: Storage Devices Compared

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Solid State Drives (SSDs) are the storage center for most modern-day PCs. While it is possible to run a PC with a traditional hard drive, SSDs give you faster read and write times while being incredibly smaller. In this case, size doesn’t matter. Whether it is a SATA SSD or an NVMe SSD can have […]

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eMMC vs SSD

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The type of memory a device uses is key to its speed and performance. When choosing devices like laptops or smartphones, the device specifications often include a range of memory technologies that have different implications for your user experience.  Two key types of storage used in contemporary computing are eMMC and SSD storage. While you […]

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