An SSD has much faster access rates and transfer rates than a traditional HDD, but looking at cost its much more per GB. they also use less power, and generates much less heat. Therefore, an SSD is ideal for either computer enthusiasts that want the fastest, most responsive computer possible, or in a setting where one wants as little noise, heat and power consumption as possible (upscale laptops, for instance).
I have one in my Gaming desktop there not necessary to the average computer user .if you just surf the net email and dont do a lot else they are of no benefit .
the bigger and better the system and the more you do like i am into gaming ,it means i can keep my OS on one games on my Hard drive but unless you really need one ,there not necessary .
· 7 years ago