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Thx! \o/
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Intel try to flood the market?
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Intel try to flood the market?
2tb @ $99 would disrupt... This is MEH,
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Intel try to flood the market?
They're using cheap memory in the 660p.
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They're using cheap memory in the 660p.
Its good enough for gaming
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If you keep this drive lightly loaded, it offers amazing performance, often competing well against other, much more expensive NVMe drives. If you load it to nearly full, performance can drop precipitously. However, as AT notes, it's actually rare for drives to be hammered this much. Most users have relatively light storage workloads, and a flexible drive like this can offer high performance through most of its capacity.
I also like these reviews:

https://www.storagereview.com/int...ies_review

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...debut.html

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...nd-arrives
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Its good enough for gaming
Yeah, most people won't mind as long as they don't fill it to the max.
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Does this have the 70% fill rule?
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Does this have the 70% fill rule?
Yes it does
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I got one for my Steam Library. Very happy with it so far, and there's an Intel tool to force the cache to clear if you're impatient for the background task.

My main drive is a 870 Evo, but it was filling up with games.
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I purchased this last time it was at this price, and it's great for a fresh install system.

The architecture makes it a pain to clone drives, but once you setup your windows and install everything this drive is quick (1600 MB/s).

At this price it's good for desk tops and great for laptops. the low operating temps really help laptop configurations.

It does bog down and get slower at 70-80% so it may be safer to partition 200gb off just to make sure it doesn't slow down when using.
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Even though 660p use trash QLC, as the price goes down to 0.17 usd/per GB, it is really worthy to buy for 2TB. Worthy only for 2TB, the other version is trash. If you have any need for massive data storage, don't hesitate.
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Its good enough for gaming
I have the 1TB version. I use it as my main drive and it's amazing. Not the FASTEST, but I don't put extra crap on my computer so it's fast enough.
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