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Intel 665p Series M.2 2280 1TB PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 3D3, QLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SSDPEKNW010T9X1 $109.99

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I was looking into NVMe SSDs, and came up with this.

https://www.newegg.com/intel-665p...-_-Product

PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 Interface Speed and Capacity. Capacities up to 1TB to 2TB.
M.2 2280 Form Factor for Design Flexibility. Designed for desktops and laptops. 96-Layer, QLC, 3D NAND.
Performance: Sequential Read (up to) 2000 MB/s, Random Read (8GB Span): Up to 160,000 IOPS. Sequential Write (up to) 1925 MB/s Random Write (8GB Span): Up to 250,000 IOPS.
PCIe Performance and High Capacity - With up to 2TB capacity on a single drive, the Intel SSD 665p Series offers great value for everyday computing and mainstream gaming and content creation. The thin M.2 80mm form factor, perfect for notebooks, desktops and mobile devices, is powered by Intel's innovative QLC technology.
Intel QLC Technology Leadership - Intel QLC Technology offers performance, high capacities, quality, and reliability. The innovative floating gate architecture has tight, symmetrical layers and no cell overhead.
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Is $240 a good price for the 2TB 665p? Need a single-sided low-power SSD for my laptop (ASUS G14).
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Intel has EOL'd [tomshardware.com] this product line. So sad.
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I would rather go with the Adata8200Pro for not much higher price
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Is $240 a good price for the 2TB 665p? Need a single-sided low-power SSD for my laptop (ASUS G14).
I would rather go with the Adata8200Pro for not much higher price if you want 2 TB.
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I would rather go with the Adata8200Pro for not much higher price if you want 2 TB.
How's power consumption and size on the SX8200 vs the 665p?
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How's power consumption and size on the SX8200 vs the 665p?
Both are 2280 sizes. The Adata comes with a detachable heatsink. Power consumption should not be much different either, but not sure
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Both are 2280 sizes. The Adata comes with a detachable heatsink. Power consumption should not be much different either, but not sure
There's practically no extra room in this laptop (the wifi card site under the M.2 mount), so single-sided and no heatsink is basically a requirement.

Why the SX8200 over the 665p? Speed?
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There's practically no extra room in this laptop (the wifi card site under the M.2 mount), so single-sided and no heatsink is basically a requirement.

Why the SX8200 over the 665p? Speed?
8200 is so fast! And pretty reliable. ADATA is no small ass business
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There's practically no extra room in this laptop (the wifi card site under the M.2 mount), so single-sided and no heatsink is basically a requirement.

Why the SX8200 over the 665p? Speed?
8200 has DRAM, 665p does not.
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8200 has DRAM, 665p does not.
Unfortunately, average power consumption numbers on the SX8200 are almost double that of the 665p (5W vs 2.5W). Currently more expensive too.

But if it's one-sided and the price drops below the 665p in the next couple weeks I might consider it. It is significantly faster.
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I would rather go with the Adata8200Pro for not much higher price
$30 more for the 8200pro at Amazon, know of anything cheaper?
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$30 more for the 8200pro at Amazon, know of anything cheaper?
This 1 TB. For 1 TB the difference between this and the 8200 pro is 20$ (prime), if you have space get PG gammix s11 pro for 127, which has a cool looking heatsink
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8200 has DRAM, 665p does not.
According to this article [anandtech.com], 665p does have DRAM, though the size is small.
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According to this article [anandtech.com], 665p does have DRAM, though the size is small.
And performance is significantly slower than the other DRAM-based SSDs mentioned in this thread.
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