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Best SSD for Computers and Laptops, Suitable for Gaming


Just assemble a PC or buy a laptop, Try to check first, whether when assembling a computer or buying a laptop includes a solid drive state (SSD) or not. SSDs can make computer or laptop performance like launching programs or running commands smoother.

By installing an SSD, the HDD on your computer or laptop can actually be used as storage. If you assemble a PC or buy a laptop for multimedia and gaming purposes, then SSD is one of the important components so that the performance of computers and laptops can continue to be smoothly triumphant, in addition to gacor processors and powerful graphics cards.

SSD Form Factor
SSD Form Factor

Addlink S70

Never heard of this SSD? Not inferior to other SSD brands, the Addlink S70 uses a Phison PS5012-E12 controller and 64 layers of Toshiba 3D TLC memory. In the 512 GB class, the S70 boosts read speeds to 3,400 Mbps and writes 2,000 Mbps with a four-M.2 PCIe 3.0 interface. For comparison, the 512 GB S70 variant has the equivalent performance of a WD Black SN750 SSD. Of course, if you buy the 1 – 2 TB version, then the read/write speed of the S70 is guaranteed to be more optimal!

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WD Black SN750

Paired with the Addlink S70, the WD Black SN750 uses a Western Digital controller and SanDisk’s 64-layer 3D memory. In class 1 TB, SN750 has read and write speed of 3,470 and 3,000 Mb/s respectively with four M.2 PCIe 3.0 interfaces, the same as the S70. Especially for computers, three variants of SN750 (512 TB, 1 TB, & 2 TB) exclusively for computers come with heatsink technology, so that SSD performance remains smooth without fear of heat.

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Samsung 970 EVO Plus

One of Samsung’s flagship SSDs, the 970 EVO Plus, is one of the SSDs that you can buy for your computer and laptop. Equipped with a Samsung Phoenix controller, the performance of four interfaces PCIe 3.0 NVMe 1.3 on the 970 EVO Plus is one of the best on this list. In addition, 970 EVO Plus memory uses Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC, allowing read and write speeds of up to 3,500 and 3,300 Mb/s respectively for the 500 GB variant!

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Crucial MX500

The only SSD with Serial ATA (SATA) interface, Crucial MX500 shows the performance of secondary storage space that is no less gacor with PCIe-interfaceD SSDs on this list. Its economical price does not dwarf its premium performance! Equipped with a Silicon Motion SM2258 controller and a 6GB/s SATA III interface, MX500 memory is also supported by Micron TLC 3D which boosts mx500 to read and write speeds of 560 Mb/s and 510 Mb/s.

Crucial P2

From Crucial again, the SSD offered this time is PCIe based, namely P2. Unlike the SATA-based MX500, the P2 has a four M.2 PCIe 3.0 interface, so it performs faster! In the 500 GB class, P2 performance far exceeds that of a regular SATA SSD. P2 is also equipped with Phison E13T controller and 96 layer Micron TLC 3D memory system, so that the recorded read and write speed reaches 2,300 and 1,150 Mb/s.

Adata XPG SX8200 Pro

Next, we recommend Adata XPG SX8200 Pro. Although NVMe-based, the SX8200 Pro can compete with the prices of SATA-based SSDs. With a 64-layer Micron TLC memory system and four M.2 PCIe 3.0 interfaces, the SX8200 Pro can load read and write speeds of up to 3,500 and 3,000 Mb/s respectively for the 1 TB variant. Again, at a competitive price with SATA SSDs!

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Corsair Force MP600

The only one on this list, the Corsair Force MP600 SSD showcases the latest generation of NVMe PCIe interfaces, namely PCIe 4.0, to compete with Samsung 980 Pro SSDs! With its latest technology that doesn’t heat up fast. At its price, the MP600 with the latest PCIe generation outperforms pcie 3.0 performance. Not to be fooled, Corsair equipped the MP600 with four M.2 PCIe 4.0 interfaces and a Phison PS5016-E16 controller. Meanwhile, in terms of memory, the MP600 is sponsored by Toshiba TLC with read and write speeds of 4,950 and 4,250 Mb/s.

Often, cases of internal damage to newly purchased computers and laptops are caused by the ignorance of users and continue to spur the system through HDD. This can actually be multiplied by installing an SSD, so that the performance becomes smoother. Consider it a long-term investment for your computers and laptops!

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