Memory and storage are two critical parts of a PC. It’s important to know their differences and how to properly use them to get the most out of your computer. Computer Memory Random Access Memory (RAM) is what holds applications open on your computer. While storage may be where the install location is, memory is […]
It’s been a few years since our last article about NVME SSDs, and the technology has both matured and come down in price. Now, we can use higher capacities of NVME SSD in applications and workflows without having to break the piggy bank.
If you’re a gamer, you may have heard of something called NVME, and you might not be sure if it’s a good idea for your PC. NVME is a protocol of an M.2 SSD (or Solid State Drive) that is no bigger than a stick of gum. We’ll go into further detail about the protocol, it’s applications, and if it’s a good idea for gaming.
When it comes to super-fast storage, there’s a few options, including SATA SSDs, M.2 SSDs, and PCI-E SSDs, in order of increasing speed.
You may have heard of the term SLI, or the term Crossfire; but you might not have known what it meant.