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The picture shows both M.2 and 2.5" ssd. Which one of these are we getting? Im confuse
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The picture shows both M.2 and 2.5" ssd. Which one of these are we getting? Im confuse
m.2 form factor only. no 2.5"
m.2 only
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Is this a good deal?
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Is this a good deal?

It's TLC, the oldest technology, but it's also Intel one of the best brands for TLC Nand. I would personally get 3D NAND nowadays.
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Thinking if I should get this and use it just for Linux.
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It's TLC, the oldest technology, but it's also Intel one of the best brands for TLC Nand. I would personally get 3D NAND nowadays.
*180 GB of storage
*M.2 Form Factor
*16nm TLC NAND
*Random 4K Read: Up to 90K IOPS
*Random 4K Write: Up to 80K IOPS
*Sequential Read: Up to 540MB/s
*Sequential Write: Up to 480MB/s

Do you have a problem with these numbers?
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It's TLC, the oldest technology, but it's also Intel one of the best brands for TLC Nand. I would personally get 3D NAND nowadays.
the oldest technology in SSD would actually be SLC, TLC is the newest one until QLC come up later this year. the 3D NAND can be made to SLC, MLC or TLC.

Intel was the thing when SSD first came out, and still is for their DC series, but their consumer product like this 5400 and 6000 (OEM version of 540 and 600) a just garbage for the price it demands.


edit: my laptop actually came with it, so i know what the performance is like.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/10...b-review/3
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*180 GB of storage
*M.2 Form Factor
*16nm TLC NAND
*Random 4K Read: Up to 90K IOPS
*Random 4K Write: Up to 80K IOPS
*Sequential Read: Up to 540MB/s
*Sequential Write: Up to 480MB/s

Do you have a problem with these numbers?
For M.2 SATA, those numbers sound about right.
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Thinking if I should get this and use it just for Linux.
That is exactly what I am doing
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