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Damn just got this a few weeks ago for 56.99. Great drive, plenty fast for my needs. It dwarfs the SanDisk SSD Plus 120gb SATA it replaced. Serving duty as an OS drive in a Plex server, so only using about 20%. Using it in the M2 slot gave me an extra SATA port, which is invaluable in my case; I was able to add a 10TB for storage.
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Damn just got this a few weeks ago for 56.99. Great drive, plenty fast for my needs. It dwarfs the SanDisk SSD Plus 120gb SATA it replaced. Serving duty as an OS drive in a Plex server, so only using about 20%. Using it in the M2 slot gave me an extra SATA port, which is invaluable in my case; I was able to add a 10TB for storage.
$3 dollars? Lol
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Damn just got this a few weeks ago for 56.99. Great drive, plenty fast for my needs. It dwarfs the SanDisk SSD Plus 120gb SATA it replaced. Serving duty as an OS drive in a Plex server, so only using about 20%. Using it in the M2 slot gave me an extra SATA port, which is invaluable in my case; I was able to add a 10TB for storage.
I paid $1 more Frown
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What is the quivalent of a samsung one?
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Damn just got this a few weeks ago for 56.99. Great drive, plenty fast for my needs. It dwarfs the SanDisk SSD Plus 120gb SATA it replaced. Serving duty as an OS drive in a Plex server, so only using about 20%. Using it in the M2 slot gave me an extra SATA port, which is invaluable in my case; I was able to add a 10TB for storage.
These SSD prices just keep dropping.. I bought a 1TB adata sx8200 2 weeks ago and it just dropped another 10$. Going to just stop tracking all these computer prices, it only makes me sad.
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What is the quivalent of a samsung one?
There really isn't one. Sure Intel makes some good SSDs, but there's a reason that Samsung has been the top dog in SSDs for many years now.
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I am new to NVME. I read another nvme thread deal (sabrent nvme) that talked about not being able to clone a another drive to it because of different sector size or something like that. Does this have the same issue?
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I am new to NVME. I read another nvme thread deal (sabrent nvme) that talked about not being able to clone a another drive to it because of different sector size or something like that. Does this have the same issue?
No but this one is slower.
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No but this one is slower.
Thanks for the info. I don't need crazy speed, just decent reliability. How does one know if an SSD will have some clone copying restriction like mentioned in the Sabrent thread? Does it have to do with the controller used or the sector size?
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From what I read the Sabrent didn't do 512 byte emulation thats why people were having problems cloning their drives. I believe some people were using another program to convert it to 4k to clone the drive on the fly, I don't remember if it was EASEUS, I will have to re-read the thread. If you are doing a fresh install that wouldn't matter.
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From what I read the Sabrent didn't do 512 byte emulation thats why people were having problems cloning their drives. I believe some people were using another program to convert it to 4k to clone the drive on the fly, I don't remember if it was EASEUS, I will have to re-read the thread. If you are doing a fresh install that wouldn't matter.
So which is better, this or the HP EX900 for $58?

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The HP is better since its TLC instead of QLC....
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The HP is better since its TLC instead of QLC....
what is the difference ?

I am looking to buy one to replace the Toshiba NVME SSD that keeps going offline in my daughters HP laptop. It started happening right after one year when the warranty expired.

TIA
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Expired codes don't work.
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