What is the key difference between SSD hard drives?
I want to put a 64GB SSD in my computer as it's system drive. What justifies the big price differences between SSD hard drives? some 64 GB drives go from anywhere from 140 bucks to 400 bucks.What should I be looking for in an SSD?
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
SSDs have no moving parts, which means they're much more tolerant to extreme conditions, such as hot and cold, and are less likely to break. A few extra bucks now can save you a lot in data recovery fees later on if your traditional drive dies.Source(s): http://www.datarecoveryhddanatomy.com/