Need suggestion for SSD


shaktiprabha

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Adept
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 ?

Budget 5K
What is the difference between mvi and sata express SSD ?
 

Silent47Assassin

Member
Disciple
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 ?

Budget 5K
What is the difference between mvi and sata express SSD ?
"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"

Source: https://www.anandtech.com/show/7843/testing-sata-express-with-asus/2
 

Khushal

Member
Disciple
I suggest you go for 500gb SSD M.2 NVMe (Not sata) because it's fits in your budget, and it's will be more than enough for your OS and talking about apps it's depend which apps you are going to install like if install RDR2 (which is 150gb alone) and couple more and you are going to running out of storage.
But really though for normal use it will be fine.
I prefer WD BLUE SN550 500Gb, Because I think price is good, and read and write speed of this SSD is best among it's competitor (like crucial, adta and Kingstone's 500 gb ssds (Samsung is not in this scope))
it's go on amazon for 5100 to 5200 if you wait for sale or get discount on credit/debit card you can get it for 4.5k which is going to be steal deal

And your motherboard also support this SSD (Check it out at gigabyte a320 m.2 support list)
 

shaktiprabha

Well-Known Member
Adept
He has Ryzen 3200G processor, 8gb DDR4 corsair ram and 4tb WD.

He is buying SSD as he feels his PC slower in running...and we think that SSD would make PC faster...
 

ObiW

New Member
Recruit
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.
 

vaibhavyagnik

Well-Known Member
Adept
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.
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.
 

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