How to choose a suitable MicroSD CARD for your Switch?
Due to the recent pandemic, people are spending more time indoors and the demand for gaming consoles has increased significantly. Switch is great for use at home or on the go, therefore currently it h... ... READ MORE
First, please turn off the computer and unplug the power cord. Then, Find the M.2 SSD slot on the motherboard Since each motherboard is designed differently, please refer to the user manual of the mot... ... READ MORE
According to the latest USB-IF specification that announced in 2019. SuperSpeed USB 3.2 Gen1(5Gbps) is equal to the past USB 3.1 Gen1 and USB 3.0 specification. And SuperSpeed+ USB 3.2 Gen2 will rise ... ... READ MORE
The drop test based on U.S. MIL-STD-810G 516.6. We put 5 portable SSDs to the test. And drop them from a height of 48 inch on 8 corners, 6 faces, and 12 sides. Then check if the portable SSDs are stil... ... READ MORE
WHY THERE IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTUAL CAPACITY AND MARKED CAPACITY OF SSD?
This is due to a unit capacity conversion issue. Hardware manufacturers usually define 1K=1000 bytes according to decimal, while software providers (ex: Microsoft) define 1K=1024 bytes according to bi... ... READ MORE
SSD is an abbreviation for solid state disk. The conventional hard disk does not belong to "liquid" hard disk; solid state disk refers generally to solid state disk composed of NAND Flash. I... ... READ MORE
ERROR MESSAGE OCCURS WHEN I TRY TO ENTER WINDOWS 7 AFTER I CHANGE THE SATA MODE FROM IDE TO SATA.
This issue occurs if the disk driver in Windows 7 or Windows Vista is disabled. This driver must be enabled before you change the SATA/RAID mode of the boot drive.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SATAII AND SATAIII?
Both are the same with respect to appearance and installation. Joints and wires are the same, too. The difference lies in the maximum data transfer rate.
WHAT IS TRIM?
TRIM is a system command. The Win7 operating system would notify SSD of data blocks that will no longer be used and may be erased to release space. This function, which is similar to garbage collectio... ... READ MORE
WHAT IS S.M.A.R.T? DO SSD DRIVES SUPPORT S.M.A.R.T?
S.M.A.R.T refers to Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology, which is a built-in monitoring function of SSDs and hard drives. This technology allows users to monitor the status of their devi... ... READ MORE
When users wish to over-clock the memory module, they must manually adjust relevant parameters, such as clock speed, working voltage, CL, tRCD, tRP and tRAS from the BIOS. Therefore, unless the user h... ... READ MORE