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What is the difference between SSD and SSD-Cached?

Can you tell me what is the difference between SSD and SSD-Cached?

See around some VPS packages offering and these features included in some package but I really don't understand between 2 these terms and which is more advantages?
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asked by thomas

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A HDD with an SSD cache on it will be slightly faster than a HDD.

A SSD Cache (separate drive) works along normal HDD. It can speed up load times and softwares programs that you regularly use. It copy the load files onto the SSD cache.

A pure SSD is great. It is much faster than a normal HDD, or than a HDD with SSD Cache.

The pure SSD is expensive than a normal HDD, or than a HDD with SSD Cache because it works much faster. For example, for our VPS servers we use SSD storage with guaranteed speeds.
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