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Re: Understanding Computer Files

on Sat Aug 18, 2018 5:23 am
Yung sa ROM din po, Same question lang din po ng sa RAM
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Re: Understanding Computer Files

on Sat Aug 18, 2018 9:46 am
James Navarro wrote:
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Hayz wrote:What are the differences between HDD and SSD? Like, when to favor one over the other when building a PC, for instance.
That's a wonderful question, Hayz! Just a brief information about the two, if you want to download heavy files to your computer, then choose HDD. Because HDD can provide us large amount of storage space. Meanwhile, SSD is a sophisticated version of Flashdrives and USBs, so if you always want to bring your files with you and you're always on the go, then choose SSD. SSD are also used by the engineers and graphic artists because it offers speed and security. So therefore, if you're just an average user of PC, then choose HDD since it's affordable and it gives large amount of space for a very low price. [smiley]https://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_biggrin.png[/smiley]

I think maam, sa madaling salita SSD's have MORE speed in boot/loading times when using a computer while mas mababa storage nya, HDD naman ginagamit sya mostly sa pagstore ng data (music, movies) dahil malaki storage nya.. When building a PC, lalo na kung may budget, recommended ko both SSD's and HDD's ang bilin..  Sa pagkakaalam ko maam ang "STANDARD" SSD ay nakainstall po sa PC kaya po di sya madadala sa kung saan saan  (but i could be wrong)
Also, marami ding version ng SSD's na mas mabilis na pangkaraniwang SSD tulad ng M.2 NVME ssd Smile

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Opinion ko dito is
Bili ka ng SSD for "C:" tapos HDD for "D:"

Para daw mas mabilis mag boot up PC mo since mas mabilis mag load ang SSD kasi para syang flashdrive kaso malaki lang. Pero since bago pa, may kamahalan pa sya sa ngayon. Tsaka 'di pa ganon kalaki mga capacity nya compared to HDD.

May umiikot na disc sa HDD(Hard-disk drive), sa SSD(Solid-state drive) wala.

(Paki correct na lang if may mali hehe opinion ko lang naman yan)
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Re: Understanding Computer Files

on Sat Aug 18, 2018 12:14 pm
Jung kook wrote:
James Navarro wrote:
Admin Rash wrote:
Hayz wrote:What are the differences between HDD and SSD? Like, when to favor one over the other when building a PC, for instance.
That's a wonderful question, Hayz! Just a brief information about the two, if you want to download heavy files to your computer, then choose HDD. Because HDD can provide us large amount of storage space. Meanwhile, SSD is a sophisticated version of Flashdrives and USBs, so if you always want to bring your files with you and you're always on the go, then choose SSD. SSD are also used by the engineers and graphic artists because it offers speed and security. So therefore, if you're just an average user of PC, then choose HDD since it's affordable and it gives large amount of space for a very low price. [smiley]https://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_biggrin.png[/smiley]

I think maam, sa madaling salita SSD's have MORE speed in boot/loading times when using a computer while mas mababa storage nya, HDD naman ginagamit sya mostly sa pagstore ng data (music, movies) dahil malaki storage nya.. When building a PC, lalo na kung may budget, recommended ko both SSD's and HDD's ang bilin..  Sa pagkakaalam ko maam ang "STANDARD" SSD ay nakainstall po sa PC kaya po di sya madadala sa kung saan saan  (but i could be wrong)
Also, marami ding version ng SSD's na mas mabilis na pangkaraniwang SSD tulad ng M.2 NVME ssd [smiley]https://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_smile.gif[/smiley]


Opinion ko dito is
Bili ka ng SSD for "C:" tapos HDD for "D:"

Para daw mas mabilis mag boot up PC mo since mas mabilis mag load ang SSD kasi para syang flashdrive kaso malaki lang. Pero since bago pa, may kamahalan pa sya sa ngayon. Tsaka 'di pa ganon kalaki mga capacity nya compared to HDD.

May umiikot na disc sa HDD(Hard-disk drive), sa SSD(Solid-state drive) wala.

(Paki correct na lang if may mali hehe opinion ko lang naman yan)

HDD + SSD user ako so sa experience ko, mas mabilis ng more or less 5 secs ang boot time ng SSD compared sa HDD, ganun din sa games mas mabilis magload ng slight.. Malaki nadin capacity ng mga SSD ngayon, meron na ding 1 tera na SSD at ang PC mo pwede mo pa paginstallan ng multiple SSD's depende sa mobo mo... (Syempre sobrang mahal din nun) And also, mas fragile nga pala ang HDD sa SSD, kasi sabi nga ni jungkook may umiikot na disc sa HDD kaya sensitive yun sa mga banga/alog

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Re: Understanding Computer Files

on Sat Aug 18, 2018 3:02 pm
James Navarro wrote:
Jung kook wrote:
James Navarro wrote:
Admin Rash wrote:
Hayz wrote:What are the differences between HDD and SSD? Like, when to favor one over the other when building a PC, for instance.
That's a wonderful question, Hayz! Just a brief information about the two, if you want to download heavy files to your computer, then choose HDD. Because HDD can provide us large amount of storage space. Meanwhile, SSD is a sophisticated version of Flashdrives and USBs, so if you always want to bring your files with you and you're always on the go, then choose SSD. SSD are also used by the engineers and graphic artists because it offers speed and security. So therefore, if you're just an average user of PC, then choose HDD since it's affordable and it gives large amount of space for a very low price. [smiley]https://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_biggrin.png[/smiley]

I think maam, sa madaling salita SSD's have MORE speed in boot/loading times when using a computer while mas mababa storage nya, HDD naman ginagamit sya mostly sa pagstore ng data (music, movies) dahil malaki storage nya.. When building a PC, lalo na kung may budget, recommended ko both SSD's and HDD's ang bilin..  Sa pagkakaalam ko maam ang "STANDARD" SSD ay nakainstall po sa PC kaya po di sya madadala sa kung saan saan  (but i could be wrong)
Also, marami ding version ng SSD's na mas mabilis na pangkaraniwang SSD tulad ng M.2 NVME ssd [smiley]https://illiweb.com/fa/i/smiles/icon_smile.gif[/smiley]


Opinion ko dito is
Bili ka ng SSD for "C:" tapos HDD for "D:"

Para daw mas mabilis mag boot up PC mo since mas mabilis mag load ang SSD kasi para syang flashdrive kaso malaki lang. Pero since bago pa, may kamahalan pa sya sa ngayon. Tsaka 'di pa ganon kalaki mga capacity nya compared to HDD.

May umiikot na disc sa HDD(Hard-disk drive), sa SSD(Solid-state drive) wala.

(Paki correct na lang if may mali hehe opinion ko lang naman yan)

HDD + SSD user ako so sa experience ko, mas mabilis ng more or less 5 secs ang boot time ng SSD compared sa HDD, ganun din sa games mas mabilis magload ng slight.. Malaki nadin capacity ng mga SSD ngayon, meron na ding 1 tera na SSD at ang PC mo pwede mo pa paginstallan ng multiple SSD's depende sa mobo mo... (Syempre sobrang mahal din nun) And also, mas fragile nga pala ang HDD sa SSD, kasi sabi nga ni jungkook may umiikot na disc sa HDD kaya sensitive yun sa mga banga/alog

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Whoa! That's cool to hear, James! Thanks for sharing this wonderful information with us! Very Happy
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