Newnan Computers has your local computer upgrades covered for you. We can cover the following any much more. We’re here to help!
Solid state drive (ssd)
Hard drives are the most common point of failure. We’re here to help with SSD drives
Has your power supply died? We can troubleshoot and replace broken power supplies
We can troubeshoot and replace your motherboard, CPU, and/or Power supply, as needed.
We can upgrade the ram in your desktop or laptop
Solid State Hard Drives
The traditional spinning hard drive is the basic non-volatile storage on a computer. That is, information on it doesn’t “go away” when you turn off the system, unlike data stored in RAM. A hard drive is essentially a metal platter with a magnetic coating that stores your data. A read/write head on an arm accesses the data while the platters are spinning.
An SSD performs the same basic function as a hard drive, but data is instead stored on interconnected flash-memory chips that retain the data even when there’s no power flowing through them. These flash chips (often dubbed “NAND”) are of a different type than the kind used in USB thumb drives, and are typically faster and more reliable. SSDs are consequently more expensive than USB thumb drives of the same capacities.
The most common reason for replacement is failures. Typically in our area we see more lightning and inconsistent power (power blinks) that cause power supply failures. Power supplies go bad for a multitude of reasons with Typical symptoms include: