On growth is normally recorded, the reason people upgrade storage is to switch to a larger capacity. There is also who want higher performance so that various applications can run faster when used. Another story with mobile devices, laptop users rarely do the upgrade storage. They usually prefer to buy an external storage compared to replacing storage with greater capacity. This time we wanted to open the eyes of the users of cars that replacement of storage is not merely to look for larger capacity. Replacement storage in a notebook can also improve the performance of your notebook.
In this article we use three different storage, 320GB 5400RPM Hard disk WD, 750GB 7200RPM and Kingston V + 64GB SSD. The third storage we feel quite represent elements which we will discuss in this article. WD 320GB 5400RPM is storage products commonly found in notebook and netbook. 5400RPM rotational speed is already commonly used in notebook or netbook. WD 750GB 7200RPM. WD product is relatively new, rarely found a notebook with a large capacity for this. Meanwhile, 7200RPM rotation speed is also rarely used in the notebook. Kingston 64GB V + is the next generation storage shockproof. Speed-read and he wrote in the claims is faster than the hard disk. Until recently, rarely we find a notebook that uses the SSD. If anything, the selling price of the notebook is fairly high.
In the benchmark using SysMark 2007, you can see that the replacement of storage provides increased performance. Scores obtained on various benchmark tests imposed vary widely. However, of the total value of the preview rating, you can see that the overall performance increased by several points. Benchmark SysMark more shows everyday use. This is what you'll feel when upgrading storage, the program will be more responsive when in use and was called. Increasing the value of a standard hard disk to SSD adrift 8 points and is quite pronounced when you first use after the upgrade.
In the PCMark Vantage benchmark, the value obtained between the use of hard disk with SSD increased very high. The first time we got a little value we do not believe that we did the test two more times to make sure that the value provided is correct. You can see the overall value of the HDD suite scores increased significantly and the HDD suite is divided into several tests also increased. You will see all commands and applications running quickly using SSD. Comparison between 5400RPM to 7200RPM hard disk is also increased. However the results obtained are not too far unless the test Windows Media Center.
With the results obtained in the benchmark value using Sysmark 2007 and PCMark Vantage, do you still think the upgrade storage capacity to increase it? We personally also recognize that with SSD, a mobile device will be more responsive. One of our colleagues to replace notebooks with SSD storage and the real us see the process of loading Windows 7 takes place very quickly. Improved performance by using an SSD has a weakness, the price is expensive but with a small capacity.
Upgrade storage with SSD actually give more benefits in addition to having more performance, you'll get more data security given the SSD has no mechanical moving. This makes SSDs more shock-resistant when in use. Limited capacity SSD makes you have to think any decent application installed in your notebook. Embedded hard disk before you can use for external storage by buying an external casing. After all, if you are short on capacity data, you will buy another external storage is not it? With these results, if you are not interested to upgrade your notebook storage with its better to get increased performance notebook? That was a brief description for more details you can visit this website http://versuslaptop.com/