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Ramjet Drives

Ramjet.com Drives and Storage

High Quality, Dependable Storage Solutions

When it comes to your own files and documents, you don't want to take a chance on ever losing them. That is why Ramjet offers reliable storage solutions at an exceptional value.

  • High-performance, reliable solutions
  • 5 Star customer reviews
  • Industry leading warranty support
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Is SSD Drive Better Than HDD?

SSDs are generally faster and more reliable than HDDs but also more expensive. If you need faster boot and load times, improved overall system performance, and can afford the higher cost per gigabyte, an SSD is worth it. If you need larger storage capacity at a lower cost, HDD may be a better choice.

What is in an SSD Drive?

SSDs typically store data permanently inside an integrated circuit using flash memory. The flash memory inside an SSD means that data is written, transferred, and erased electronically and silently – SSDs do not have the moving parts inside a mechanical hard disk drive (HDD).

What is SSD's Full Form?

The full name of SSD is Solid State Drive. In terms of functionality, it is similar to a hard disk drive (HDD), a mass storage unit. It enables the reading and writing of data and preserves the stored data in a permanent state without power.

Why is an SSD Drive Used?

The fast speeds mean that SSDs can handle data at the ultra-speeds required in today's business world, especially when running programs that access large amounts of data, such as operating systems. Furthermore, SSDs are very stable and ensure that the stored data is safe.

What are the Disadvantages of SSD?

Shortcomings. SSDs are newer technology, and thus, more expensive than HDDs. Although they are gaining momentum, finding larger-capacity solid-state drives can be difficult. HDDs can be up to 2.5 times larger.

Can I Replace the HDD with an SSD?

Replacing a SATA hard drive with an SSD drive is not as difficult as it initially seems. Reinstalling the operating system or cloning an old drive is also very easy. Speed up your computer and replace your old HDD with a modern SSD version.