SSD (Solid State Drives)

Find and Order Your Next SSD Drive at Park Place Technologies

Store and load more programs quickly with the rapid power of solid state drives (SSD). At Park Place Technologies, we sell premium-quality used SSD drives. Our selection of quality-tested SSD drives features industry-leading companies like IBM, HP and Dell. And, despite being refurbished, SSD drives from our store offer the same great quality that you would find in a new device. Order today!

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  1. 100GB Low Height 7mm SATA SSD hot plug/drive sled mounted
    Cisco 100GB Low Height 7mm SATA SSD hot plug/drive sled mounted
    $60.00
  2. UCS B230 M2 Blade Server w/o CPU  memory  SSD  mezzanine
    Cisco UCS B230 M2 Blade Server w/o CPU memory SSD mezzanine
    $14.00
  3. 120GB SSD SATA 3G SFF DISC PROD RPLCMNT PRT SEE NOTES
    HP 120GB SSD SATA 3G SFF DISC PROD RPLCMNT PRT SEE NOTES
    $10.57
  4. 64GB SSD SATA 1.5GB/S 2.5IN ETY DISC PROD RPLCMNT PRT SEE NOTES
    HP 64GB SSD SATA 1.5GB/S 2.5IN ETY DISC PROD RPLCMNT PRT SEE NOTES
    $2.00
  5. HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 2-Node Base 20x 100GB SSD 220x 900GB 10K
    HP HP 3PAR StoreServ 7400 2-Node Base 20x 100GB SSD 220x 900GB 10K
    $10.00
  6. HP SAS-SSD 200GB SAS 6G SFF 632502-B21 (incl. Rahmen)
    HP HP SAS-SSD 200GB SAS 6G SFF 632502-B21 (incl. Rahmen)
    $22.00
  7. Dell 120GB SSD SATA 2.5in 6G MVTNM Ref
    Dell Dell 120GB SSD SATA 2.5in 6G MVTNM Ref
    $13.00
  8. 200GB Hitachi UltraStar SSD400S SLC Fibre Channel 3.5in Internal
    HP 200GB Hitachi UltraStar SSD400S SLC Fibre Channel 3.5in Internal
    $15.00
  9. HP 480GB 6G SAS 2.5IN SSD
    HP HP 480GB 6G SAS 2.5IN SSD
    $55.00
  10. HP 72GB 15K SSD DISK SATA 3.5IN (M6412)
    HP HP 72GB 15K SSD DISK SATA 3.5IN (M6412)
    $26.80

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SSD or HDD: Which Should You Choose?

Solid state hard drives are storage devices that offer fast access times to load programs. They're commonly used to store operating systems to boot up computers much more quickly, and they can be used as standalone storage or secondary storage to complement a hard disk drive (HDD). In the past, SSDs were much more expensive than HDDs, but these days they're much more comparable. With that being said, should you shop for standard HDD or SSD hard drives? To answer that, consider these three questions:

 

  • Can your computing benefit from using both hard drive types?
  • Are you trying to save energy? SSDs are more energy-efficient compared to HDDs.
  • How much storage do you need? HDDs can offer much larger capacities compared to SSDs.
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