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I'll take a chance, I'm going to put this in an Xbox One X.
Edit: Actually cancelled my order. The Drive has really poor reviews on NewEgg. Seems they die within the first year. https://www.newegg.com/hp-s700-1t...eviews=all
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I'll take a chance, I'm going to put this in an Xbox One X.
Edit: Actually cancelled my order. The Drive has really poor reviews on NewEgg. Seems they die within the first year. https://www.newegg.com/hp-s700-1t...eviews=all
I want to take this drive to the old town road.
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I'll take a chance, I'm going to put this in an Xbox One X.
Edit: Actually cancelled my order. The Drive has really poor reviews on NewEgg. Seems they die within the first year. https://www.newegg.com/hp-s700-1t...eviews=all [newegg.com]
Thanks. You saved me from falling into the trap too. Smilie
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This or Intel 660p 1TB?
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This or Intel 660p 1TB?
Hands down 660p, as long as your computer supports nvme (pcie) ssds. 660p is faster in many ways thanks to the standards, unless you are trying to fill up the 660p.
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Hands down 660p, as long as your computer supports nvme (pcie) ssds. 660p is faster in many ways thanks to the standards, unless you are trying to fill up the 660p.
How many GB I can use before 660p starts slowing down? If it's less than 500GB, its not worth it.
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How many GB I can use before 660p starts slowing down? If it's less than 500GB, its not worth it.
You can look into the technical details from Anandtech by searching Anandtech 660p review.

But the TLDR is 660p will prioritize saving in its faster memory sector, and as long as are not filling the drive up from 0 to 100% in one go you're perfectly fine. It would only drastically slow down if you are suing the drive to frequently transfer large files (sth like a system backup)
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You can look into the technical details from Anandtech by searching Anandtech 660p review.

But the TLDR is 660p will prioritize saving in its faster memory sector, and as long as are not filling the drive up from 0 to 100% in one go you're perfectly fine. It would only drastically slow down if you are suing the drive to frequently transfer large files (sth like a system backup)
Thanks, I play few games but do have plenty of movies and anime. Will transferring movies and anime let say 50GB at a time and filling this SSD upto 900GB works just fine and won't slow down the 660p?
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If not can I transfer files 20GB at a time, is there a certain limit for the 660p storage before it starts slowing down significantly? Thanks
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If not can I transfer files 20GB at a time, is there a certain limit for the 660p storage before it starts slowing down significantly? Thanks
I don't remember exactly but I think at 50GB is where it slowed down. 20 or 30GB at a time should be fine though. I'd check some of the reviews like Tom's Hardware.
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4k and mixed performance isn't very good on this drive. I'd consider something else, personally.
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I'll take a chance, I'm going to put this in an Xbox One X.
Edit: Actually cancelled my order. The Drive has really poor reviews on NewEgg. Seems they die within the first year. https://www.newegg.com/hp-s700-1t...eviews=all
I agree. I got a 250gb HP for my Xbox too last March. It lasted until December.

From what I hear Xbox file format does not play nice with SSD. That is all hearsay though as I have not researched it.
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How many GB I can use before 660p starts slowing down? If it's less than 500GB, its not worth it.
https://www.extremetech.com/compu...c-nand-ssd
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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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I'll take a chance, I'm going to put this in an Xbox One X.
Edit: Actually cancelled my order. The Drive has really poor reviews on NewEgg. Seems they die within the first year. https://www.newegg.com/hp-s700-1t...eviews=all
I swapped a 500gb WD Blue SSD and use the stock 1TB HDD with SATA to USB 3.0 cable as an external drive with my XoneX. Anything I'm currently playing stays on the SSD.
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