Solid State Drive Upgrade – MacOS, Windows or Linux Desktops and Laptops

by | Oct 11, 2016

Boost Your Current Computer Speed with Super Fast SSD

Is your computer slow to respond and sluggish?
Breathe new life into your existing computer. Increase your Computer performance without having to purchase a new computer.
Simply replace your existing hard drive with an SSD (solid state drive), and realize unimaginable speed to work and play faster.
An SSD Upgrade will make you and your PC feel better than ever!

What is an SSD ? (Solid State Drive with No Moving Parts.)


A Solid-State Drive upgrade will help you be significantly happier

A SSD upgrade is still the single best thing you can do for your PC


SSD – Solid State Drive

Solid State Drive Boot Time

  • Traditional Hard Drive Performance Bench Mark 9 (higher is better)
  • Traditional Hard Drive Boot Time (seconds – lower is faster)

SSD Computer Start Up Time (seconds)


Traditional Spinning Hard Drive

Traditional Hard Drive Boot Time

  • SSD (Solid State Drive) Performance Bench Mark (higher is better)
  • SSD (Solid State Drive) Boot Time in Seconds (lower is faster)

Legacy Spinning Drive - Computer Start Up Time (seconds)

Attribute SSD (Solid State Drive) HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
Power Draw / Battery Life 4Less power required, averages 2 – 3 watts, resulting in 30+ minute battery boost!!! More power used, averages 6 – 7 watts and therefore uses more battery power.
Cost More expensive, however prices have dropped to more than affordable.
4Less $cost , but dying technology for end-user computers.
Capacity Typically not larger than 1TB for notebook size drives; 4TB max for desktops
4Typically around 500GB and 2TB maximum for notebook size drives; 10TB max for desktops – Still good for Data Storage!
Operating System Boot  / Start UpTime 4Around 10-13 seconds average boot /start up time Around 30-40 seconds average boot/ start up time
Noise 4There are no moving parts and so no sound! Audible clicks and spinning can constantly  be heard
Vibration 4No vibration as there are no moving parts The spinning of the platters can sometimes result in vibration
Heat Produced 4Lower power draw and no moving parts so little heat is produced HDD produce  heat, and will have a measurable amount more heat than an SSD due to moving parts and higher power usage
Failure Rate 4Mean time between failure rate of 2.0 million hours. Shock and drops rarely results in failure!
Susceptible to shock and being dropped. Mean time between failure rate of 1.5 million hours.
File Copy / Write Speed 4Generally above 200 MB/s and up to 550 MB/s for cutting edge SSD’s
The range can be a meager 50 – 120MB / s
Encryption Full Disk Encryption (FDE)4Supported on some models 4Full Disk Encryption (FDE) Supported on some models
File Opening Speed 4Up to 50% faster than HDD Slower than SSD
Magnetism Affected? 4An SSD is safe from any effects of magnetism Magnetism can erase data


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