The best performance gain is with any solid state drive over a hard disk
Since the last article explained why a SSD is better, we will continue our discussion with some advise on which SSD you should get. So what are the best SSD’s for 2015? Well continue on to find out.
Unfortunately, we do not have the resources to test each one. We will do what we do best, find the best information and feed it to you in a short and sweet version. Just about all manufacturers of traditional hard drives also make solid state drives. But many more companies have joined the fray that before made flash memory for usb flash drives and internal computer memory. So with so many options in size, speed, which is right for you?
Size is the biggest concern when buying a SSD, I would recommend at least a 128 gigabyte. Larger options are of course available but if you are like most people and only casually check email and browse the internet than a 128 gigabyte will be just fine. If you have pictures and music, a 256 gigabyte drive should suffice unless you have a extraordinary large amount. As you increase storage space to a larger SSD you will have to compare cost vs size for those options. Larger sized SSD can get quite pricey. A good idea if you need the extra space is to have a secondary storage drive in the form of a traditional disk drive in addition to your SSD. This will allow you to still have the benefits of the SSD like increased computer load times and still have plenty of space for you pictures and music. Below are some recommended drives, hit the source to see the full performance details.
Source: Tom’s Hardware