Count on high-speed storage performance with this 120GB PNY solid-state drive. Its 515MB/sec. read and 490MB/sec. write speeds let you multitask efficiently, and it's up to 30x more robust than hard drives, ensuring durability and data protection.
A:AnswerSam, Assuming your desktop has an available SATA port on the motherboard and an available SATA power cable connection that can reach the drive bay - yes. You may also need a drive caddy that adapts the 2 1/2 in. SSD drive to a 3 1/2 in. drive bay. There are several different types of these drive caddies around, and some work better than others. I have done this a few times for desktops when replacing a failed hard drive or just upgrading to SSD for performance. It is well worth the cost and effort!
A:AnswerYes there is. However, there's a much better FREE alternative: ToDo Windows Backup Software by EaseUS software. Their website does say that it will run on any OS from Windows XP to Windows 10. I used it and it worked perfectly for cloning my boot drive to this SSD.
A:AnswerFrom Maximum PC , 25 June 2019 Jeremy Laird says, "...Instead of inserting a DRAM cache between the controller and the NAND, the CS900 can only rely on 32MB of SRAM built into its Phison S11 controller chip. Speaking of DRAM-less SSD controllers, it’s worth noting that such implementations also raise question marks about drive longevity. A DRAM cache doesn’t just boost performance; it also dramatically reduces wear on the flash cells. To PNY’s credit, the CS900 is backed by a reassuring three-year warranty, which is all you can ask for at this price point. But even if PNY is fully co-operative in the event of a failure, you still have the possibility of significant downtime and data loss."
ADATA SP550 is a TLC drive, with an SLC cache (2-8GB).
look for HD dock stations, i think there's one model at Bestbuy... let me check....
yes, i found it:
just make sure it support the HD you have
BTY, i don't work or am related to bestbuy, i was just asked if i could help with the question,