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Amazon has 500GB WD Black SN750 NVMe M.2 2280 PCIe Solid State Drive SSD (WDS500G3X0C) on sale for $62.99. Shipping is free. Thanks captainvirk and Mstory918
Note, in stock on September 7, 2020.

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I am running low on space and I mainly game. Currently I'm using a 970 evo plus 500gb nvme m.2. Would it be better to get a 500gb-1tb 860 evo ssd or get this for my second m.2 slot?
All depends on price and storage needs. Both have great speeds, just one is an easier install and smaller form factor than the other. If you need 1 TB, go SSD. This is so cheap and convenient, I had to bite.
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To think my first PC had a 2GB hard drive.



My first PC was a little different:
Seagate 30MB MFM 5.25" full height.
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My first PC was a little different:
Seagate 30MB MFM 5.25" full height.
They used to make some cool noises when active!
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To think my first PC had a 2GB hard drive.
my first pc had a 40mb hard drive. lol. aging sucks.
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Any advantage over SATA SSD boot drive, for non-gaming PC?
I'm using this on my new non-gaming build, which replaced a SSD drive.
I can tell a difference in boot-up speed.
Not a drastic improvement, like going from HDD to SSD but noticeable.
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I'm using this on my new non-gaming build, which replaced a SSD drive.
I can tell a difference in boot-up speed.
Not a drastic improvement, like going from HDD to SSD but noticeable.
From the tests I seen its been a +/- 5 second difference. Thats using a high end SSD compared to a NVMe.
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I currently have a Crucial p1 m.2.2280 500gb stick as my boot/programs drive (with an old 3 TB hard disk for my storage).

My mobo (Asrock B450M Pro4) says the following about its two M2 slots:

- 1 x Ultra M.2 Socket (M2_1), supports M Key type 2242/2260/2280 M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen3 x4 (32 Gb/s) (with Matisse, Picasso, Summit Ridge, Raven Ridge and Pinnacle Ridge) or Gen3 x2 (16 Gb/s) (with Athlon series APU)**
- 1 x M.2 Socket (M2_2), supports M Key type 2230/2242/2260/2280 M.2 SATA3 6.0 Gb/s module

If I got this, and decided to move the existing stick (with Windows) to one slot, which should go to which? If it meant moving the existing stick, would that cause problems for Windows?
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For anyone wondering- the WD SN750 can be converted to 4k LBA Sectoring (Advanced Format) in Linux. Just don't boot with UEFI and you can do it.
What does this mean? edit: did a little googling. what's the advantage of this though?
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I am running low on space and I mainly game. Currently I'm using a 970 evo plus 500gb nvme m.2. Would it be better to get a 500gb-1tb 860 evo ssd or get this for my second m.2 slot?
I would use Samsung as boot drive and data storage. For games, reliability doesn't matter as much. You can buy a 2nd tier 2tb nvme or sata drives from Crucial, WD, or HP. You will get more bang for your buck if price matters for you. Prices for ssd and ram are set to fall soon due to overproduction and lower demand. If you can wait till holiday sales, you just might be able to buy a 2tb instead of a 1tb compared to now.
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Any advantage over SATA SSD boot drive, for non-gaming PC?
My answer has always been no. I also had an opportunity recently to test it with two identical Dell Inspirons from a client and the result confirmed it. This is just for boot times test.

The reasons I would switch would be to get rid of the annoying sata and power cables for the 2.5" drives and/or you bought a Samsung nvme for greatly improved reliability. I have a 2tb Samsung and 1tb wd nvme drives on my main for that reason.
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ya but no power cables or data cables, i literally can buy this and just pop it into an empty m.2 slot and put the cover back on my case, full install in like 2 minutes or less.
Installing a sata cable isn't hard either, also your power is already there unless you run only m.2 which isn't ideal. Still a good idea to at least have a mechanical drive. M.2 uses up pcie express where as ssd just uses sata. I have 3 hard drives in my main htpc and you don't see any cables so in my opinion m.2 ain't worth the extra money. M.2 in a pcie 4 would be worth it however
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Hi I haven't used one of these sticks before, would a heat sink be recommended as a must have?
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Hi I haven't used one of these sticks before, would a heat sink be recommended as a must have?
Yes for desktop if the motherboard didn't come with a thermal pad or have a bad airflow case which is highly likely. No for laptop.
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Very good price.
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I currently have a Crucial p1 m.2.2280 500gb stick as my boot/programs drive (with an old 3 TB hard disk for my storage).

My mobo (Asrock B450M Pro4) says the following about its two M2 slots:

- 1 x Ultra M.2 Socket (M2_1), supports M Key type 2242/2260/2280 M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen3 x4 (32 Gb/s) (with Matisse, Picasso, Summit Ridge, Raven Ridge and Pinnacle Ridge) or Gen3 x2 (16 Gb/s) (with Athlon series APU)**
- 1 x M.2 Socket (M2_2), supports M Key type 2230/2242/2260/2280 M.2 SATA3 6.0 Gb/s module

If I got this, and decided to move the existing stick (with Windows) to one slot, which should go to which? If it meant moving the existing stick, would that cause problems for Windows?
Wouldn't matter. I just moved my old 500 GB m.2 stick from slot 1 to slot 2. Put my new 1 TB m.2 stick in the first slot and computer booted fine last night. It's your UEFI boot settings that matters.

I even cloned my old drive to my new one like so and it was perfectly fine. Afterwards, I removed the 500 GB out of the boot sequence and out of the computer. I put my 500 GB in storage as a backup drive for now. I may need it some day. Also the m.2 slots takes up the use of SATA ports. Otherwise, I'll eventually install the 500 GB m.2 into a future laptop.
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Best Buy has same price. 62.99
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