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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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Will this work on 2015 macbook pro retina upgrade?
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I've have 4 gaming pcs that I have built in last 3 years. 2 have ssd and 2 have m.2s. On paper the m.2 is faster but for gaming, I don't notice any difference in speed or load times. I'm actually building my first ryzen build right now for my htpc/gaming pc for the loft. After not being impressed at all by m.2 for gaming I'm just gonna stick to ssd and get more space for less money
M.2 is merely a connection standard my dude, vs a 2.5" standard SSD that we're all used to. NVMe vs SATA III is the storage technology at hand, and the former demolishes the latter in performance but nothing you'd notice if it's only used for gaming.

M.2 NVMe >>> M.2 SATA III = 2.5" SATA III drives.

M.2 NVMe and SATA III are typically about the same in price these days, so if your mobo supports it then definitely get more bang for your buck with the NVMe tech over the SATA III tech.
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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.
NVMe drives won't boot any appreciable degree faster over SATA III drives since posting and booting doesn't max out the SATA bandwidth as is. At most you're shaving a second on a very optimized system.
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I have a question. I am a newbie about doing some stuff like this. Can I replace 2 my SSD slots of my laptop with 2 sticks, or i just can replace only one in slot 2 ? because the slot 1 they install the window drive and we can't touch about it ?
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To think my first PC had a 2GB hard drive.
And that was good back then.
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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?
I have the same motherboard. The manual suggests that the 1st M.2 slot supports only NVME (the "PCI Express module" designation) and the 2nd M.2 slot supports only SATA. Is your Crucial P1 SATA or NVME? If it's NVME, you might not be able to use both drives on the same board.
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I would like to upgrade my hard drive, will this work in a Dell XPS 8900 Desktop? Do I need to buy the one with the 'heatsink' that is listed on Amazon? Thanks for your help
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I have the same motherboard. The manual suggests that the 1st M.2 slot supports only NVME (the "PIC Express module" designation) and the 2nd M.2 slot supports only SATA. Is your Crucial P1 SATA or NVME? If it's NVME, you might not be able to use both drives on the same board.

ahh, I see. It's currently in the 1st/NVME slot. Since it's working, I assume it's NVMESmilie Too bad, I paid about his price for that stick not too long, would have preferred this one, but can't be bothered to do a full reinstall of windows, etc just to change up to this.
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Will this work on 2015 macbook pro retina upgrade?
Yes but you will need an adapter, they are about 10-20$ on amazon and ebay.
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Will this work on 2015 macbook pro retina upgrade?
You didn't notice how someone already asked this same exact question in this thread and received a response, before you posted this? Come on, man.

https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=140064650&postcount=29
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Mine had 20 MB back in 1991..486-66 Processor
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I've have 4 gaming pcs that I have built in last 3 years. 2 have ssd and 2 have m.2s. On paper the m.2 is faster but for gaming, I don't notice any difference in speed or load times. I'm actually building my first ryzen build right now for my htpc/gaming pc for the loft. After not being impressed at all by m.2 for gaming I'm just gonna stick to ssd and get more space for less money
remember m.2 is just a connection format.

You need to make sure you're utilizing the NVMe to its full potential by using the correct m.2 slot on your motherboard. Mine has 2 m.2 slots but one has more PCIe lanes than the other. I also had to make sure the bios was set correctly.
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Is this what I need for my HP Omen 15-ax250wm 15.6" Laptop? It's currently factory specs.

I know a little more than nothing.
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You didn't notice how someone already asked this same exact question in this thread and received a response, before you posted this? Come on, man.

https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=140064650&postcount=29
My bad, missed it.
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Mine had 20 MB back in 1991..486-66 Processor
My first had a 310 MB hard drive with a 486SX 25mhz cpu and no co-processor and only 4MB of ram. At least it did have a CD-Rom drive although single speed.
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