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Recently, several products of our company have been evaluated by Internet celebrities, including SATA and NVME. Our products have won praise from Internet celebrities from all over the world in the evaluation. They did product performance test, product packaging, material, detail display, speed test, continuous reading and writing test, etc. Our products have been recognized in all tests.
Now Let's give you a brief introduction of these products.
Introduced in 2003, SATA (or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is the default interface for most desktop and laptop hard drives. They are referred to as SATA hard drives, but they are actually rotary hard drives with spinning platters and a moving needle that writes data to consecutive sectors on each platter. SATA hard drives are incredibly fast compared to their predecessor, the PATA hard drive, and can write to the disk with an interface rate of 6 Gb/s with a throughput of 600 MB/s.
A single drive can range from 500 GB to 16 TB and are available at a lower cost than any of the other drive types discussed here. They are good drives if you need a lot of cheap storage and don’t need extremely high reads or writes. Since data is physically written to a disk, it can also become fragmented, meaning that different sectors can be spread across different areas of the disk, slowing down the drive. They also are vulnerable to shock and sudden movement since there are moving parts in each drive, which makes them a poor choice for laptops.
High disk sizes
Not good for laptops
Requires regular de-fragmentation
Here is a evaluation video for SATA from a Russian internet celebrity.
Released in 2013, Non-Volatile Memory Express, or NVMe, is a type of SSD that's attached to a PCI Express (PCIe) slot on a main board. These slots were originally designed for graphics cards, so they are incredibly fast. Speeds on NVMe drives can reach an interface rate of 32 Gb/s with a throughput of 3.9 GB/s. That can be very useful if you are doing something that needs a lot of disk throughput, like gaming or high-resolution video editing.
For as fast as it is, there are some drawbacks to NVMes. For starters, they are only available on desktop PCs and are very expensive. Also, while they can be used as secondary drives, to use it to its full potential, you'll want to install your operating system on it. Most BIOS don't support booting from NVMe at this time. It's still possible to get one that does, but it might mean replacing your entire main board.
Fastest disk type on the market
Available for desktop PCs only
May require replacing main board to get full benefit
Here is a evaluation video for NVMe from a USA internet celebrity.
Here is a evaluation video for NVMe from a Russian internet celebrity.
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