. A successful post production workstation needs, arguably, three kinds of storage, two of which are easy to recommend, and one of which gets a bit complicated. Any modern machine will use solid-state storage for this; software tends to comprise a lot of small files that are accessed in a fairly random pattern.
Current devices advertised as compatible with NVMe (for non-volatile memory express) generally connect to up to four lanes of the same PCIe bus that we discussed in the piece on motherboards. The flash memory on most devices wo not be fast enough to completely saturate that four gigabyte a second bandwidth, but M. 2 is certainly a breath of fresh air as regards sheer performance, and it really easy to install. Scratch spaceWorkstations in a lot of different industries need….