Difference Between HDD & SSD and its Features, Comparison

What is HDD technology? 

HDD is the abbreviation for Hard Disk Drive and the latter is a hard disk where the data is stored. It consists of a circular disk spins and a small needle to fetch and read data from the disc. The types of this disc and manufacturers vary and the space may reach 3 terabytes TB. There are also fewer sizes such as 80, 160 and 500 GB. In the past, it was found in this type of disk in small sizes 1 to 10 GB.
Hard Disk Drive
As technology evolves, technology and technology evolve. This type of hard disk also comes with great rotation speed. With speed reaching 7200 RPM as fast as possible. The latter is the abbreviation for Revolutions Per Minute, a speed measurement unit created by Red Hat.

What is SSD technology? 

SSD is the abbreviation for solid state drive and the latter is a new and modern technology. Is the new generation of storage drives. What distinguishes it from the HDD is that it is not available on any mechanical movement or any moving element in the sense that there is no revolving disc. But the technology contains electronic parts called Flash is where the data is stored. These discs come in different sizes and spaces.

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Difference between HDD and SSD? 

The difference between the two technologies or between SSD and HDD disks is very large. It is very useful. OK . Let's compare them in some things. If we take the same advantages for both disks:

Weight: SSD discs have a very lighter weight compared to HDD discs. For example, if the weight of ssd 70 grams, the hdd may reach 230 grams. This is of course a reference to the material made of which the HDD is often made from an aluminum and the weight is also referenced to the presence of the disc inside. Reverse SSD which contains only a light electronic panel covered with a plastic cover.

Power: HDDs consume a lot of power if you're connecting them with SSDs because the hdd needs more power to make the hard drive spin so fast. Reverse ssd.

Transfer speed: You can notice the large difference in data transfer speed between HDD and SSD and of course the SSD is much faster than HDDs. You can see the difference yourself.

Noise: In the SSD there is no noise at all because it does not contain any moving mechanical component as mentioned earlier while HDD discs produce little noise sometimes you can hear them even when you are away from the device.

Vibration: SSDs can withstand vibration. Reverse HDD does not withstand vibrations. If, for example, a vibration occurs for a CD, the device will freeze until you restart it.

Heat: Both types of discs can resist heat but the HDD remains the most resistant. The latter may withstand temperatures above 70 degrees.

Work speed: You can notice the difference in the speed of work between two computers with the same specifications and the same manufacturer but differ only in the type of hard disk installed in each computer and the same operating system for example Windows 7. The computer with SSD disk will take off in a time not exceeding 20 seconds Almost. Unlike the other device that has a hard disk of HDD and the same qualities of the first device will need a minute to take off. Same thing with the device shut down Always the device with SSD disk is very fast compared to the HDD.

Data transfer speed: In SSD data transfer speed is very fast if we connect it to a HDD. For example, if we take a 20 gigabyte file and want to transfer it from the flash to the disc, this device can move this volume in less than 5 minutes. Reverse HDD which may take a long time. As well as to forget the specifications of the device.

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