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Synology Blog Optimizing your NAS with SSD cache

Eliminating the I/O bottleneck HDD vs. SSD: Why difference matters There’s an ongoing battle between HDDs and SDDs, both of which have their own pros and cons. An HDD is composed of an actuator, read/write arm, spindle, and platters onto which data is stored. When dealing with high traffic of read/write requests (especially for a […]

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