Ask any enthusiast with a competent desktop PC tower and they’ll tell you that one of the best advantages of a traditional rig is the easy upgradeability.
Indeed, there truly is no pleasure greater than that which results from popping a spare SATA cable onto a brand-new SSD or hard drive. Unfortunately, the thrill often stops there.
As you begin to install new apps, divvying up folders between multiple drives, seemingly basic tasks become obstructive challenges. Once you run out of storage for your overwhelming archive or Steam games, the question arises: should you move something from your current Steam folder to the Recycle Bin or start a brand-new one on a secondary drive?
South Korean tech giant announced its incredibly tiny 512GB SSD, which is smaller than a stamp. The PM971-NVMe comes in at 20mm x 16mm and weighs a gram. Despite its size this hard drive has enough space to come with sixteen 48-layer 256-gigabit V-NAND flash chips, mobile DRAM chip and a high-performance controller. It takes only three seconds to transfer a 5GB video that is up to 1500 times faster than a standard hard drive. Impressive, isn’t it?