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Thanks for posting this. This is a great deal for people looking utilize m.2 slots without breaking the bank in speeds. FYI
Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps
Max Sequential Write Up to 530 MBps for wd blue. SSD 2.5 inch speeds.

Wd black m.2 is 6x the speed roughly.
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Thanks for posting this. This is a great deal for people looking utilize m.2 slots without breaking the bank in speeds. FYI
Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps
Max Sequential Write Up to 530 MBps for wd blue. SSD 2.5 inch speeds.

Wd black m.2 is 6x the speed roughly.
So this is over SATA not NVMe, correct? Any IOPS info? Every SSD should be maxing out SATA III interface at 560MB/s but IOPS are where the real benefit comes in.
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I love how prices are going down
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Anyone know how's this and other WD compare to 1tb Samsung Evo 860 m.2?
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I love how prices are going down
yes price is going down very fastly
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I rather do WD black m.2 500gb m.2 for $138
I went from a Samsung 960 NVME to a Samsung 860 SSD. Tested both for Windows boot times, no difference. The sequential write speed of ~2000mb/s was nice but honestly 500mb/s is enough for most applications. I'd rather have more space for the money.
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I love how prices are going down
And keep going down... $100 by Black Friday is probably pushing it, but might get quite close.
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Anyone know how's this and other WD compare to 1tb Samsung Evo 860 m.2?
SSDBenchmark.com shows
Avg Seq Read 416 Avg Random 4k 51.5
...for this drive
versus
Avg Seq Read 448.00 Avg Random 4k 63.70
...for the 860 Evo.
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Anyone know how's this and other WD compare to 1tb Samsung Evo 860 m.2?
If the price is similar, go with the 860 evo. Proven reliability with speed.
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I rather do WD black m.2 500gb m.2 for $138
You would need a very specific use case for this to make sense. 99% of users would be better off with this instead.
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Will this work on HP specter x360? If yes, How would I transfer the OS?
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Will this work on HP specter x360? If yes, How would I transfer the OS?
Unknown. Some Spectre models take m.2 SATA SSDs, others take m.2 NVMe SSDs. This is an m.2 SATA SSD. You're going to need to search by the specific model.

For transferring the OS, since the Spectre only has one internal m.2 slot, you're either going to need to use an external enclosure and clone your existing drive or you're going to have to make installation media from your existing installation, replace the drive, then do a clean install of the operating system.
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