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[Amazon] XPG Gammix S5 PCIe M.2 Drive 512 GB $52.69

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XPG Gammix S5 512GB PCIe 3D NAND PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 NVMe 1.3 R/W up to 2100/1500MB/s SSD (AGAMMIXS5-512GT-C)

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Just checked the price and it's 114.99$.....
Nope. It still shows $52.69.
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$10 more for the model that does 3500mb/s (original one does 2100mb/s) Won't matter for the every day user but for for the select few that need the speed for their media work it will.
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Needed 1 TB but other than the Intel 660p for $85 haven't seen anything cheaper.
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Is this a good drive? Better than the microcenter premium?
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Man m.2 drives are so freaking fast!!! SSD is like the new 7200 spinners in comparison
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Better to wait till black Friday
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DRAMless?
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DRAMless?
Im pretty sure DRAMless. Isn't that why they use 3D NAND Flash now?
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noob question but do m.2 drives have garbage collection?
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noob question but do m.2 drives have garbage collection?
Trim feature is on Windows and not on the SSD.
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I dont' have a M2 or NVME slot on my motherboard, what are my options to use this? Some kind of a PCIe adapter I can get in order to use this as a startup disk?
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I dont' have a M2 or NVME slot on my motherboard, what are my options to use this? Some kind of a PCIe adapter I can get in order to use this as a startup disk?
You can use this adapter
Micro Connectors M.2 NVMe + M.2 SATA 110mm SSD PCIe x4. Beware older type motherboard/bios will not boot from NVME drive. I assume you have a Windows desktop.
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You can use this adapter
Micro Connectors M.2 NVMe + M.2 SATA 110mm SSD PCIe x4. Beware older type motherboard/bios will not boot from NVME drive. I assume you have a Windows desktop.
Yes, I have a Windows desktop, but I don't think I have PCI Express x4 slot. All I have available is PCE Express x1, is that usable?
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