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Includes a 5-Year Parts & Labor Limited Warranty. Offer valid through March 27, 2020 or while supplies last. - CChoiVA

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Check the latest user reviews. It seems SP did a bait and switch on the parts and newer stock shipping out don't meet the quoted speed.
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They are double sided.
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A great M.2. I bought the 2TB version for $199 during Newegg's BF sale.
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I have a 1TB EX920 and a 2TB EX950 in my primary workstation. The 920 runs my databases, the 950 my games. No complaints! I do think the 920 can get hot (60-65c) but only when restoring a 60GB database. That's an extreme sequential-write load. In normal usage, the temp is cool.
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Single or double sided? Trying to determine if it's a good fit for my lenovo flex 14.
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Is this any better than the Silicon Power m.2

Silicon Power 1TB NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 2280 TLC R/W up to 3,400/3,000MB/s SSD on Amazon?

Same price. Thank you.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07L6GF81L
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Single or double sided? Trying to determine if it's a good fit for my lenovo flex 14.
They are double sided.
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I have a 1TB EX920 and a 2TB EX950 in my primary workstation. The 920 runs my databases, the 950 my games. No complaints! I do think the 920 can get hot (60-65c) but only when restoring a 60GB database. That's an extreme sequential-write load. In normal usage, the temp is cool.
Should put a heat sink on it
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Is this any better than the Silicon Power m.2

Silicon Power 1TB NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 2280 TLC R/W up to 3,400/3,000MB/s SSD on Amazon?

Same price. Thank you.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07L6GF81L
Check the latest user reviews. It seems SP did a bait and switch on the parts and newer stock shipping out don't meet the quoted speed.
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Tempted to get one to put into an external enclosure. Has anyone tried that already with this drive?
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Check the latest user reviews. It seems SP did a bait and switch on the parts and newer stock shipping out don't meet the quoted speed.
Thank you.
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This or the ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro from Amazon for $139.99?
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Tempted to get one to put into an external enclosure. Has anyone tried that already with this drive?
Double check the max speeds u can get from the enclosure to ur port. I'm seeing a lot of caps around 550 or 950Mbps
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This or the ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro from Amazon for $139.99?
Don't have an answer but
Btw Adata's xpg sx8100 is $10 cheaper for less write speed, if you need the money. Depends on if u need that write speed or just read
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I have a 1TB EX920 and a 2TB EX950 in my primary workstation. The 920 runs my databases, the 950 my games. No complaints! I do think the 920 can get hot (60-65c) but only when restoring a 60GB database. That's an extreme sequential-write load. In normal usage, the temp is cool.
luckily you don't have 970 evo plus. that thing idles at 60 degree, where as my 920 (in the same system) idles at 30 to 40.

those number are with heatsink.
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