HHDs Vs SSDs Vs. Hybrid drives

Discussion in 'Computer Networking and Computer Hardware' started by Antonr, Feb 8, 2016.

  1. Antonr

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    We all need somewhere to store all our data, that isn't in the hands of a "could company." Many of us building our computers find ourselves at a dilemma; buy a bunch of HDDs and go for all out storage even knowing that we'll be sacrificing some speed; a few SSDs for super speed but little storage or money left in your wallet after you bought it; or go with a hybrid drive which is suppose to bring you the best of both worlds.

    I personally prefer SSDs, as I find it really, really infuriating when X program won't load because the disk can't load it fast enough. As for hybrids, I find that the SSD portion is often too small for me to use for even my most select apps.
     
  2. SirJoe

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    What happened to the hybrid drives? I have been looking at laptop recently and not one single one had a hybrid drive, all of them had HDD or SSD drives. I honestly thought that when they launched the hybrid drives they would be more used, seeing as they have the advantages of both types of drives.
     

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