A: Although, both SSD and Hard drives ace in their respective fields, it is generally thought that mechanical Hard Disk Drives (HDD), is more reliable in the long run with reads/writes, as a SSD has a maximum number of writes that it can handle. However, SSDs are more reliable with shock damage because they contain no moving parts.
Q: What are the advantages of SSD over HDD?
A: SSD may pose various advantages over an HDD. The most important one is that SSD has no moving parts. It uses flash memory to store data, which provides better performance and reliability over an HDD. The HDD has moving parts and magnetic platters, meaning the more use they get, the faster they wear down and fail.
Q: How long do SSD drives last?
A: while the life of an SSD depends upon the company, model, features and the way you handle it, mostly, it may last about 5 to 10 years or even much longer than that, depending upon the usage.
Q: How many writes can an SSD take?
A: While normal HDDs can, in theory, last forever (in reality about 10 years max.), SSDs have a built-in “time of death.” To keep it simple, an electric effect results in the fact that data can only be written on a storage cell inside the chips between approximately 3,000 and 100,000 times during its lifetime.
Q: Does reading wear out SSD?
A: The read process does not do an erase first, and does not wear out the transistors. SSD wear out is not a concern for a typical consumer user due to built-in wear-leveling in the device. But, it is recommended to always keep several backup copies of important data.
Q: Should an SSD be optimized?
A: If you're using an SSD on anything older than Windows 7, TRIM isn't supported and you should probably upgrade anyway. In short, most of the downsides to using an SSD aren't as bad as they used to be and you don't really need to stress if you never “optimized” your drive. It's already pretty optimal.
Q: Do SSDs lose data over time?
A: While some SSDs can lose data in as little as 7 days without power, some may even last, when the storage temperature creep up to 30C, or 86F, the drive should still hold data for an entire year. This time duration and reliability varies from model to model.
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