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Newegg is offering the SanDisk SD8SN8U-1T00-1122 X400 1TB M.2 2280 Solid State Drive for $229.99, and the SanDisk SD8SN8U-512G-1122 X400 M.2 2280 512GB Internal SSD for $114.99 with free shipping.

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Waiting out for nVME for this form factor :/
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Just so everyone knows, This is still a sata drive so no benefit from the M.2 other than size. To fully utilize the M.2 port you should look for PCIe M.2 Drives. This one reads no faster than a standard SATA SSD's
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Quote from grazsrootz View Post :
Just so everyone knows, This is still a sata drive so no benefit from the M.2 other than size. To fully utilize the M.2 port you should look for PCIe M.2 Drives. This one reads no faster than a standard SATA SSD's
Which makes the Anandtech review of the 1TB SATA version relevant [anandtech.com]. Thanks!
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Quote from grazsrootz View Post :
Just so everyone knows, This is still a sata drive so no benefit from the M.2 other than size. To fully utilize the M.2 port you should look for PCIe M.2 Drives. This one reads no faster than a standard SATA SSD's
Thank you for the info!
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Just so everyone knows, This is still a sata drive so no benefit from the M.2 other than size. To fully utilize the M.2 port you should look for PCIe M.2 Drives. This one reads no faster than a standard SATA SSD's
Where would that info be in detail specs like the Form Factor: M.2 Type 2280SS (Single Sided). I can't figure out where would this info be listed in ?
Crucial MX200 M.2 Type 2280SS (Single Sided) 500GB SATA 6Gbps (SATA III) Micron 16nm MLC NAND $130.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820148956
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Quote from grazsrootz View Post :
Just so everyone knows, This is still a sata drive so no benefit from the M.2 other than size. To fully utilize the M.2 port you should look for PCIe M.2 Drives. This one reads no faster than a standard SATA SSD's
to be honest, unless you are a video editor or need copious amounts of insanely fast storage, there is no point to getting an nvme drive just yet. they are too much of a premium, and only really help for longer workloads. things like booting up are not much faster. I can get a sub 5 second boot time on a sata ssd with an i5. If you need fast storage, just go with 2 ssds, one for os, one for storage. Or if you truly need more speed, even a raid 0 array, hell a raid 10 array would be close to the cost of nvme for 250gb (~$200 for 4 ssd, ~$190 for nvme)
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Quote from LoudMouthKOOlGuy View Post :
Where would that info be in detail specs like the Form Factor: M.2 Type 2280SS (Single Sided). I can't figure out where would this info be listed in ?
Crucial MX200 M.2 Type 2280SS (Single Sided) 500GB SATA 6Gbps (SATA III) Micron 16nm MLC NAND $130.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820148956
Look at "Sequential reads/writes up to 555 / 500 MB"
That's just standard

The difference would be the samsung M.3 for example; its read and write would be something like "2000 Mb." So just look at the read/write spec. the M.2 is just the form factor.
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Quote from Leady View Post :
Look at "Sequential reads/writes up to 555 / 500 MB"
That's just standard

Thanks for clearing that ups,.. what about the warranty around 3yrs is that close to standard for an MLC ?
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Last edited by LoudMouthKOOlGuy June 12, 2016 at 03:37 PM
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isn't the warranty for X400 is 5 years?
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