Solid State Drives (SSDs) are the key to better performance. Compared to traditional hard drives, SSDs offer more flexibility, stability, and efficiency to accommodate the more than 4.4 billion users accessing data every single day.

Are you looking to make an upgrade? can help the numbers make sense by helping you get rid of extra SSDs and other technology components with a simple selling process and top dollar payments. is interested in buying a wide variety of solid-state drives (SSDs) for enterprise and personal use. We also buy hard drives for both enterprise and desktop/laptop configurations. Enterprise SSD Interfaces we accept include SATA, SAS, PCIed, and NVMe. Desktop/Laptop SSD Interfaces we accept include: 2.5 SATA SSD (common), M.2 SSD, PCIe and NVMe.

Enterprise SSD Hard Drive

Solid State Drives (SSDs) are ideal for servers and high-capacity data centers. We can offer top prices for new and used enterprise SSDs. We accept various interfaces, including SATA, SAS, PCIe, and NVMe. We will buy all major brands like Intel, Western Digital, Seagate, Samsung, HP, Dell, Micron, Kingston, Crucial, Kioxia and much more.

  • SAS SSD: Storage or caching device that fits the hard drive slot. Available in 2.5” or 3.5” with variable speeds of 3, 6, or 12 Gbps.
  • PCIe and NVMe are half-height, half-length drives or Add-in-Card (AIC) SSD.
  • SATA SSD: Serial Advanced Technology Attachment and is the most commonly used interface.

Desktop/Laptop SSD

SSD technology is common across all devices, including desktop and laptop computers. We buy various capacities above 120GB across all brands. The most common is a 2.5” SSD, followed by an M.2 SSD (thinner and longer). We also buy PCIe and NVMe for desktops and laptops. Major brands include Intel, HP, Samsung, Seagate, Western Digital, HGST, Micron/Crucial, Dell, Axiom, Kingston, Lenovo, Toshiba, OCZ, SanDisk, and Supermicro.

Enterprise Internal Hard Drive

Enterprise hard drives, the type designed for servers, high-capacity workstations, NAS and surveillance systems, support continuous writing and reading of data. These drives are capable of high-level computing for major data mining and research operations. If you have extra 2.5” or 3.5” enterprise HDDs, we can offer the best prices on the market. We will buy SATA and SAS HDDs from data centers and corporations. We are looking for HDDs with speeds like 5400 RPM, 7200 RPM, 10000 RPM, and 15000 RPM. The top brands include Seagate, HGST, Toshiba, Western Digital, Axiom and much more.


Desktop/Laptop HDD

We also buy classic hard drives for desktop and laptop computers. These include the 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch HDDs manufactured by Seagate, Western Digital, HGST, Toshiba, and many more top brands. The most popular models we buy include the Seagate FireCuda, Seagate BarraCuda, Seagate BarraCuda, Seagate Iron Wolf, WD Black, WD Blue, WD Velociraptor, and more.

NAS Drive

Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices provide a means to offload and create data backups from computers while maintain remote access to files. We buy all brands of personal and business NAS devices and drives including top brands like Western Digital, Seagate, Synology, HGST and more.


SSD Technology: PCIe and NVMe

Solid State Hard Drives (SSDs) are the future of high-capacity computing. But within this category of technology, there are different models of SSD that each offers unique pros and cons. Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) is an upgrade to the traditional SATA SSD, offering the latest technology in high-bandwidth interfacing for CPUs, GPUs, SSDs, sound cards, and network cards.

Entry-level PCIe 3.0 drives are two to three times faster than the SATA SSD they are replacing. And PCIe 4.0 has twice the bandwidth of PCIe 3.0 and the same for PCIe 5.0 compared to PCIe 4.0. PCIe drives have more channels to provide more bandwidth for data processing, along with many technical enhancements that allow each new generation to outperform its predecessor.

The other major player in SSD technology is the Non-volatile Memory Express (NVMe). This technology is providing scalable host controllers for enterprise and data center solutions that are upgrading to PCIe drives. An NVMe device is sandwiched between the PCIe SSD and the device driver that standardizes communication with low latency and high security. NVMe comes in two forms, either as a PCIe expansion card or M.2. NVMe provides several benefits over previous interfaces using SAS and SATA, plus it is the only one compatible with PCIe.

Cost-efficient, high-capacity performance data centers will be upgrading to provide pooled SSD storage across the entire data center to leverage cache SSD storage. The leading edge of SSD technology is PCIe which also requires the NVMe interface, so these types of upgrades can become very costly very quickly.

Enterprises and data centers should perform thorough cost-analysis before investing in upgrades. Those who are ready to invest in high-performance computing will be making the upgrades, and those who are still working on infrastructure will be drawing a longer plan. The good news is that once you are ready to invest in new technology, can help offset your costs by providing the highest prices available for your extra IT assets.

Why Work With Us

It’s simple, get the best price with the least effort. is well-established with a global customer base. This means that we have a process in place that works well — providing accurate quotes and efficient handling to put money in your pocket fast. Here’s how it works:

  • You request a quote through our website and receive an offer.
  • We provide a shipping label, and you send your stuff to us.
  • We sort and test your technology and issue payment within 24 hours.

At, we value transparency. You can trust that we will pay top prices for your extra tech. It is our goal to make the selling process simple and stress-free by taking care of the details like shipping, sorting, and testing. trades high-end tech components and IT assets in a global marketplace. We can offer the highest prices on the market and a hassle-free selling experience. Are you ready to see what your tech is worth? Request a quote today!

Frequently Asked questions

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