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It is NVME, PCI-E interface. Read is faster than SATA can pull off, just has less than blazing edge write performance: Read Up to 1775 MB/s / Write Up to 560 MB/s
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How does this compare to the other ones posted lately?
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Good deal! Thanks OP
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How does this compare to the other ones posted lately?
only SATA class for sequential writes, slower than the WD Black or Inland Pro
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only SATA class for sequential writes, slower than the WD Black or Inland Pro
Means not NVMe
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Means not NVMe
No, it is NVMe. It just isn't as fast as you would expect for NVMe.
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Means not NVMe
Are you saying it doesn't perform well or it's not NVMe?
From description: M.2 PCI EXPRESS 3.0 X4 (PCIE GEN3 X4) NVME
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Means not NVMe
It is NVME, PCI-E interface. Read is faster than SATA can pull off, just has less than blazing edge write performance: Read Up to 1775 MB/s / Write Up to 560 MB/s
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Are you saying it doesn't perform well or it's not NVMe?
From description: M.2 PCI EXPRESS 3.0 X4 (PCIE GEN3 X4) NVME
Was asking
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can these be used in Lenovo Legions or does Lenovo still have that stupid BIOS whitelist that only allows Samsung EVO or the OEM equivalent model spec
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Can I assume that this not in the same league as a Samsung 960 or 970?
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How does this compare to the other ones posted lately?
Very similar performance compared to WD Black G1. They are almost worst NVME SSD. Still better than most of SATA SSD though.
Seq write get very slow after SLC cache is full. But 500gb version has 17GB SLC cache so it's very hard to reach this number in normal use.
Besides, it's OEM so you can't get warranty from intel. 5-year warranty comes from the seller.
I bought this last month and I am pretty satisfied under this price. Boost up everything. M.2 saves a lot of space and cables. 512gb is big enough to put all daily software in.
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Can I assume that this not in the same league as a Samsung 960 or 970?
Not even close. 960/970 is another level.
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This is great deal. Gettimg one to put on my lenovo workstation
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