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Offer valid through April 21, 2019 or while supplies last. This M.2 2280 HP controller offers 8 flash memory channels that support most PCIe 3.0 x4 and NVMe 1.3.

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Great price for a very good drive!
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Hmmm.... Should I return the 256GB model for this...
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Hmmm.... Should I return the 256GB model for this...
I would at least grab a 512GB for OS drive
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hmm would this be a direct replacement for the drive in the Envy that's listed?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13015009-hp-envy-x360-15-cp0013nr-hp-clearance-deals-through-4-20-529-99
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Thanks op. In for 1.
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is this a big improvement from 960 EVO 500GB?

also the only way to clone an OS PCI-E NVMe m.2 drive is through a USB enclosure right?
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Would this be a good addition to the LG Gram I just purchased?

http://www.costco.com/LG-gram-13-...55587.html
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hmm would this be a direct replacement for the drive in the Envy that's listed?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13015009-hp-envy-x360-15-cp0013nr-hp-clearance-deals-through-4-20-529-99
it should be. I have the intel version of that laptop and got an even bigger samsung 960 evo 1TB and it fit fine. There should be a 2.5" and m.2 slot

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06001791
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256gb is perfectly fine for me and anything over that is a waste in my opinion. I'm only thinking about the 512gb because of the performance difference bigger catch size higher write performance.
I have a 256GB running Windows 10 Pro. Only have basic programs installed i.e. Office, main programs for Steam, Battle.net, Origin etc... Everything else like games are installed on a 2ndary SSD. For whatever reason I only have 10GB left on my main drive.

So no I wouldn't agree that anything over 256GB is a waste. I think 512GB is the sweet spot for an OS drive as well.
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I have these, but I would get ex950 esp. with such a little price difference
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I have a 256GB running Windows 10 Pro. Only have basic programs installed i.e. Office, main programs for Steam, Battle.net, Origin etc... Everything else like games are installed on a 2ndary SSD. For whatever reason I only have 10GB left on my main drive.

So no I wouldn't agree that anything over 256GB is a waste. I think 512GB is the sweet spot for an OS drive as well.
You shouldn't have more than around 40GB with what you claim to have installed, something is wrong. Install WinDirStat and check to see what's getting bloated. Could be Windows Update files that aren't being removed or something like that.
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