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Anyone try putting a pair into their synology as SSD Cache?

Worth it?

Drop in nVME prices make this setup more attainable
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With coupon code EMCTDTE22

I think the lowest price i ve seen.

https://www.newegg.com/intel-660p...V-003Y7-S0
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It would be helpful to add the price to the post - $49.99 after $10 promo code is applied in cart.
The SCL cache fills up on this pretty quickly, I believe it starts around 50GB when the drive is empty.
Nonetheless this is a good budget drive for very casual users who don't do a lot of data writing.
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I literally just purchased this on Amazon a few minutes prior to seeing this. Canceled that order. Thanks for sharing! Saved me $10.
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Anyone try putting a pair into their synology as SSD Cache?

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Drop in nVME prices make this setup more attainable

Ditto on the question
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Ditto on the question
Same question...
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Do these work in an old PCI-e x1 desktop slot or better off with a SATA SSD for the same price range?
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Guys need some help here. I have this MacBook Pro https://support.apple.com/kb/SP719?locale=en_US and I was wondering if this SSD is compatible with it. I am clueless when it comes to these stuff so please excuse my ignorance. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Do these work in an old PCI-e x1 desktop slot or better off with a SATA SSD for the same price range?
I'd stick with a SATA one on hardware that old.

Best case you would need an adapter to go from 1x PCIe to M.2. even with that you'd only get 1 lane of PCIe 2.0 which will cap you out at 500MB/s. SATA will do 600ish and not require an adapter.
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Will this work in a new Lenovo Y740 laptop? I have 128GB and want to have more room on drive C.

Update: Yep looks like it will work just ordered one Smilie
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How's the Intel 660p vs something like the Crucial BX500 480GB?
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Guys need some help here. I have this MacBook Pro https://support.apple.com/kb/SP719?locale=en_US and I was wondering if this SSD is compatible with it. I am clueless when it comes to these stuff so please excuse my ignorance. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

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you need an adapter from what I remember and even then it probably won't fit. I know owc sells compatible ssds. do some googling,
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These drives are great, no need to raid you will not see a difference in games or anything really, maybe if your playing 8K games pffft 🙄 anyway a lot of people seem to think these don't work when they get it but they do, you have to format them like any other drive. But these Intel 660Ps work great! I'm happy with both of mine
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