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Wow! Should I get this or wait for a gen4 deal? (X570 Mobo)
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In for one. I'm gonna sell off my 1tb blue that is on the way right now. for $30 more i'm keeping this one.

Do i need a heatsink for it?
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Wow! Should I get this or wait for a gen4 deal? (X570 Mobo)
Stacking these "this or that" questions. The Adata 1TB is always around this price. Which is the better deal?
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Stacking these "this or that" questions. The Adata 1TB is always around this price. Which is the better deal?
Really down to personal preference on the brand since they're both rated about the same for speed and use the same flash tech (64 layer TLC flash). I've never had issues with ADATA or WD (use a ADATA NVMe in my GPDWIN, use this WD NVMe in my game rig)
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This or HP EX920 for $127 on ebay?
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NVME drives quickly coming close to full 2.5" SSD sizes.
My idea in the future is to just get a 2TB or so NVME, stick it in a small enclosure with thermal pads, and use it almost like a flash drive for my phone, kinda just rubber-banding it behind the phone alongside a portable AMP/DAC. I think with the lack of affordable 5G phones that have microSD slots is going to continue to be a trend, and it might take a while even a 1TB microSD becomes much more affordable than a 2TB NVME.
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Got one for about this price around Christmas. Works great! Absolutely no issues and a nice upgrade over my old 500gb 970 EVO.
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Got the 500 GB version of this a couple of months ago and love it! I use it as the third drive in my laptop just for games and everything loads blazing fast. Super easy to set up as well.
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And? Is that good? Bad? Why? Gotta say more than that...
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Good for a gaming laptop?
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Hard pass - not a deal at all.
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This or HP EX920 for $127 on ebay?
if you waited this long for ex 920, you might just wait a bit more for ex920. i bought 4 1T ex920 over a year ago from newegg and average price was about 150 USD. they have been as low as around 100 USD.

while i don't have the SN750 myself. i can confidently say the EX920 are great drives. they may not be the fastest but those are just numbers at that level. however, EX920 happen to have amazing temperatures and that's pretty important: my other high performance drive, 1T 970 Evo Plus, idles at 41C, and anything, as in copy 100G VM file (large single files), will quickly go to 70C. while doing the same thing on EX920 the temperature remained at 40. my Evo Plus thermal throttles all time time and that's with the heatsink. for the 970 Evo Plus asking price (220 USD vs 120 USD), i am gladly take two EX920 and raid them for better performance and twice the storage (about 5.1GB/s read and 3.1GB/S write for Seq and 1.4GB/s and 1GB/s for 4k)
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How is this compared to 970 EVO Plus given the price difference of around $65 right now for 1TB?
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