Update, 11/10/2022: We’ve reviewed our recommendations and are confident these are still the best internal SSDs you can buy.
In recent years, all the rage in internal SSDs is the use of NVMe and PCIe, and while that can have a significant impact on the performance of your PC, you have to take your needs into account before buying the most expensive version of solid-state drives.
For example, if you are not using your PC for anything taxing such as gaming or streaming 4k content, a cheaper, non-NVMe/PCIe SSD is probably your best option. Granted, it will use a SATA connector and have a lower theoretical maximum speed compared to M.2 drives, but it’s going to be cheaper.
Even if you are going to use your SSD for gaming, not all games can benefit from faster read/write speeds, the primary boost you’re getting from going the M.2 NVMe or PCIe route. Microsoft has also brought its DirectStorage architecture to Windows 10 and 11, so any compatible games…
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