The 8gb is one of the newest 8gb SSDs out on the market. It’s a very high capacity and has 2 TB of cache for those of us who have an 8gb stick or can afford to buy an 8gb SSD but don’t have a lot of storage free (read: me).
Its a really small SSD with 2 TB of cache. It is a really small SSD with relatively high storage capacity. It has the lowest cost to capacity ratio of any SSD currently available.
If you’re a fan of gaming, this is a very high capacity and fast SSD. If you’re a fan of gaming and want to upgrade your storage, this is the SSD for you.
This is a very small SSD with relatively high storage capacity, but it has two times as much cache as the rest of the competition. So it gets more reading done quickly than the competition for the same amount of storage. This is because the cache increases with the amount of data. So if you’re reading text, you can make more progress reading. If you’re making videos, you can make more progress editing.
For the record, this is the fastest SSD on the market.
For your storage needs you can get a 8GB SSD for as little as $99.00 which is half the price of the competition.
In a world where all smartphones are now faster and more powerful, it’s nice that SSDs are now so affordable that they can be used as SSDs in a PC. That said, you dont have to buy an 8GB SSD. You can get a faster and more powerful SSD anywhere on the market for less than 50 bucks.
A couple of years ago I started getting the concept that if you use a really powerful SSD, you will most likely be using it for gaming. And I was right. I started gaming on an SSD and my graphics performance went from a subpar 720p to a playable 1440p. I ended up selling my old 1.4GHz Intel HD2000 because I was using the SSD as a graphics card.
By the way, we should also mention the price. I’m not really sure what the value is for a 8GB SSD. Maybe that it’s just a cost saving measure for some people, but I don’t think that’s the case. Maybe someone has been selling SSDs for a really long time and the idea has just become too familiar. I don’t know.
For $80, the SATA SSD is a very good choice for gaming. However, the fact remains that SSDs are very power hungry, and you’ll need to either run them at a lower clock speed or disable the cache, which will result in a lower performance. For the most part, I’ve found that a SATA SSD is a good choice for gaming as long as you’re in a desktop or laptop.