"Officially SATA Express (SATAe from now on) is part of the SATA 3.2 standard. ... As a result SATAe is fully compatible with all existing SATA drives and cables and the only real difference is that the same connector (although not the same SATA cable) can be used with PCIe SSDs"Hi friends
A SSD is needed for attaching to with Gigabyte A320 mobo. Please tell which one is better and how much capacity of SSD would be enough for OS and apps ?
What is the difference between mvi and sata express SSD ?
Even if he using an entry level ryzen processor and just 4GB RAM, the difference in responsiveness of the PC will be night and day with SSD. Even pentium class processors fly with SSD for most day to day applications.How much of an impact would a SSD have on his PC. The only benefit is boot times and loading of applications that he will install on the SSD. For him to get things moving faster on his PC there is a whole other chain of components that need to be looked into.