This is what RAID 0 does, in a way, with multiple drives. It's like asking "why don't they just add x to x to make it faster or better". You can make airplanes with 12 engines, cars with 4 engines or V8 turbos for every car, make pants with 10 giant pockets to hold stuff better, make cell phones with giant batteries for longer life, but the drawbacks are far over the benefits and practicality of the design.So to make hard drives speed up to compete with SSDs, why don't they add more than one needle to read the platters, just on opposite sides of eachother so they don't interfere with eachother? Why is this not a thing?
SLC is the fastest and most reliable, followed by eMLC, MLC and TLC. TLC is the cheapest per GB, and for most regular tasks, you won't notice a difference between it and any other SSD. SLC is great for enterprise use because of its long lifespan (around 20x longer than a TLC) and high speed. I use a Samsung MLC for my main SSD at home, and it's never given me a problem.I have a question. How slow is tls vs slc?
I heard someone saying an intel 660p is slower than a hdd. I know this isnt true and my laptops 660p is much faster than my sata ssd. However, the above question spranf from that post.