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512GB ADATA XPG SX6000 PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive SSD w/ DIY Heatsink $134.99 + Free Shipping

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Surprised this is not getting more attention - cheaper than last weeks front page...
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Surprised this is not getting more attention - cheaper than last weeks front page...
it is Sata and not nvme, right?
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Got it last time. It is pretty fast enough for me
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it is Sata and not nvme, right?
Check the photo at the link. Your question will be answered.

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This is only a PCIe x2 not x4 or I would have been all over this.
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This is only a PCIe x2 not x4 or I would have been all over this.
HI, would you kind to elaborate further? what is the benefit? thanks
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HI, would you kind to elaborate further? what is the benefit? thanks
Has to do with bandwidth. Think of it as a 2 lane vs 4 lane road. The vast majority of users will not notice a a difference between this and other NVME drives. The ones that will tend to work with very large files.
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