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HP ex950 pcie nvme Ssd 512 gb 69.99 fs

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Model
BrandHP
SeriesEX950
Model5MS22AA#ABC
Device TypeInternal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Used ForConsumer
Details
Form FactorM.2 2280
Capacity512GB
Memory Components3D NAND
InterfacePCle Gen3 x4, NVMe1.3
ControllerHP
Performance
Max Sequential ReadUp to 3500 MBps
Max Sequential WriteUp to 2250 MBps
4KB Random ReadUp to 390,000 IOPS
4KB Random WriteUp to 370,000 IOPS
MTBF2,000,000 hours
Features
FeaturesStrong-performance and unlimited HP EX950 M.2 is a HP SSD intended for eSports, which adopts NVMe 1.3 new generation data transfer protocol and supports PCIe Gen3 (8Gb/s) x4 channels of data transmission. With read and write speeds reaching up to 3500 MB/s and 2900 MB/s respectively, it is a good choice for performance improvement of high-end motherboard, gaming laptop and Ultrabook, etc. HP PCIe master controller is powerful and stable HP EX950 M.2 is furnished with SSD high-performance master controller of HP 8 flash memory channel and 3D NAND flash memory, supporting PCIe Gen3 (8Gb/s) x4 interfaces and new version of NVMe1.3 standard. ALL these have given it excellent high-speed read-write performance. An eSports SSD born for game HP EX950 M.2 SSD is suitable for mainstream eSports motherboard and is applicable to upgrade of gaming laptop, performance improvement of game platform, by accelerating of game startup, map loading and scene change, etc.
Environmental
Operating Temperature0°C ~ +70°C
Storage Temperature-40°C ~ +85°C
Max Shock Resistance100G / 6 msec
Dimensions & Weight
Height3.80mm
Width22.00mm
Depth80.00mm
Weight5.40g
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the 1tb is ~140 so,,... hrrrm.
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Patiently waiting on that good 1tb nvme deal!
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I remember when 512GB HDDs were this price. Loving this new nand world
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This Inland nvme one is slower but it is cheaper. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PB5C...HDb0EE06X2
I wouldnt be able to tell the difference in real world speed. These are gen 3, but I think the new high end is gen 4.
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I was looking at these earlier in the day but bought a regular old Crucial Plus SSD. Do these use SATA or does your motherboard need to support the new protocol?
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Why is there a big difference btw max sequential write and overall max write? Does this take into account cache buffering option?
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This is the best model of the HP M.2 SSD line. It was actually one of a few I was waiting to go on sale. I ended up getting the XPG Gammix 512GB S11 Pro (same price) a few weeks ago.
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This is the best model of the HP M.2 SSD line. It was actually one of a few I was waiting to go on sale. I ended up getting the XPG Gammix 512GB S11 Pro (same price) a few weeks ago.
Does this one overheat?
Is it better than XPG and Samsung?
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I was looking at these earlier in the day but bought a regular old Crucial Plus SSD. Do these use SATA or does your motherboard need to support the new protocol?
You can use a SATA3 adapter but will get SATA speeds. Meaning the drive would perform around 500/500... this needs a M.2280 slot with NVMe PCIe support. Some PCs have 2230 slots for wifi cards, but these aren't the same as 2280.
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Does this one overheat?
Is it better than XPG and Samsung?
Use a heatsink for nvme as a lot of them get pretty hot
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CrystalDisk benchmarks show this actually reaches 3500MB/s, this is like 7 times faster than conventional SATA connected SSDs.
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Does this one overheat?
Is it better than XPG and Samsung?
The EX920 doesn't overheat either btw, there was a firmware update that fixed the bug with the stuck temp sensor on that model.
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Does this one overheat?
Is it better than XPG and Samsung?
It hasn't overheated for me yet (but I don't game). My XPG is made by ADATA.

Samsung is the best (not necessarily the speediest) but costs more.
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You can use a SATA3 adapter but will get SATA speeds. Meaning the drive would perform around 500/500... this needs a M.2280 slot with NVMe PCIe support. Some PCs have 2230 slots for wifi cards, but these aren't the same as 2280.
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