I am writing a car-share matching program and wonder whether solid-state memory has better access speed than hard drive as well as better bandwidth
- Asked by Peter S from Dubbo
- May 20, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (access speed)
1 Answer from the Community
You can definitely feel the difference in speed. Like other people who have changed from a HDD to a SSD say: it feels like you've bought a newer macbook. Another point to consider is your SATA speed. Personally, my Macbook had SATA II with a SATA 1 HDD. Now, with this SSD, I have SATA II on both the MacBook and the SSD. So there definitely is better bandwidth and better access speed.
- Answered by Helton G from Miami
- Jan 4, 2012
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