What is NVMe and How Does it Work in Computers?

    1. NVMe stands for non-volatile memory access and is a computer data transport protocol that is designed to work with SSD.
    2. NVMe facilitates faster movement of data to and from a permanent storage device in computers such as Solid State Discs.
    3. It can support numerous data input and output queues and entries, which leads to a fast response time on your computer.
    4. NVMe works through PCI Express (PCIe) which acts as the means of transport.
    5. PCIe works like USB and SATA, which are buses through which data is relayed inside a computer.
    6. The pairing of NVMe and SSD storage devices makes your laptop fast and efficient, especially in running heavy applications and workloads.


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