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Should be nvme at this price.
What?
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Frontpage? lol
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Should be nvme at this price.
People can't always use NVMe. If your motherboard doesn't have a slot for it, or if you're updating a laptop, etc. It's not like people are shopping for any SSD, and they are settling for this. My workstation has an MSI Z87 motherboard, for example. SATA is fast enough, and I just need more storage on my boot drive. This fits the bill perfectly, whereas if I went and bought NVMe, I'd need at least a motherboard that could mount it, without throwing away my perfectly good, still powerful, hasn't let me down i7-4770k. I could get a PCI to m2 adapter, but I couldn't boot from it, so that would be worthless.

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I'm looking for a good SSD storage for my steam games, is this it chef master chief? (Already have a 1tb nvme)
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I'm looking for a good SSD storage for my steam games, is this it chef master chief? (Already have a 1tb nvme)
This should work nicely for that Smilie
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Should be nvme at this price.
Which would poss plenty of folks off considering it's an entirely different form factor. Haven't seen a 2tb nvme at this price yet. Only the 660
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Nvme riser cards that plug into a pcie x2 or x4 slot are like $5. Nobody should be using sata now. Only valid use would be an old laptop without nvme m.2 slot.
For everyday general use...people don't even utilize the speed that nvme provides. If it's a workstation where you're pulling video from to edit and scrub, they will probably get the proper use out of it.

Starting windows, you might gain a second or 2 (aw darn, you have to wait 11 seconds instead of 10), or you might not even get that as it takes an extra second to intialize the nvme protocol process. If you're playing games, go ahead and check out this comparison [youtube.com] of a 960 evo m.2 nvme vs a sata crucial mx300.

NVME is *useless* to a normal every day web browsing, game playing student/parent/person who doesn't use the computer as their main source of income.
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For everyday general use...people don't even utilize the speed that nvme provides. If it's a workstation where you're pulling video from to edit and scrub, they will probably get the proper use out of it.

Starting windows, you might gain a second or 2 (aw darn, you have to wait 11 seconds instead of 10), or you might not even get that as it takes an extra second to intialize the nvme protocol process. If you're playing games, go ahead and check out this comparison [youtube.com] of a 960 evo m.2 nvme vs a sata crucial mx300.

NVME is *useless* to a normal every day web browsing, game playing student/parent/person who doesn't use the computer as their main source of income.
Couldn't have said it better myself. I was using this as my boot drive and switched to the 660p, which theoretically should be at least 2x faster. It makes zero difference in everyday usage save for the once in awhile occasion when I want to transfer large amounts of data.
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Nvme riser cards that plug into a pcie x2 or x4 slot are like $5. Nobody should be using sata now. Only valid use would be an old laptop without nvme m.2 slot.
Read my reply again, but this time with at least a 2nd grade reading comprehension. You can't boot off of a PCI-E riser card with my board, AS I ALREADY MENTIONED. And then you're tying up a PCI-E slot, I don't have any of those that are available, as all are used up. And even if I did, then I still wouldn't get the benefit, because then I'm tying up the PCI-E bus instead of all of the peripherals that I need to do work. Stop drinking the koolaid and use your brain instead of blindly succumbing to marketing.

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For everyday general use...people don't even utilize the speed that nvme provides. If it's a workstation where you're pulling video from to edit and scrub, they will probably get the proper use out of it.

Starting windows, you might gain a second or 2 (aw darn, you have to wait 11 seconds instead of 10), or you might not even get that as it takes an extra second to intialize the nvme protocol process. If you're playing games, go ahead and check out this comparison [youtube.com] of a 960 evo m.2 nvme vs a sata crucial mx300.

NVME is *useless* to a normal every day web browsing, game playing student/parent/person who doesn't use the computer as their main source of income.
Thank god someone gets it.
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Yup, just bought a 2TB and 1TB to load steam VR games on a couple of my PCs. my 500GB cards have quickly run out of room.
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Id get another one if they didnt charge tax.
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I'll bite at 150s
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