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Half the 2tb deal they just had for $240. Really great ssd
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yeah this is a great price. if you can stomach $240 a larger drive will perform better but i myself only need 1tb. kind of sucks that i'm limited to just one nvme on a motherboard though. wish you could just keep slapping on more like hard drives.
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Bought this same drive 3 months ago for 130ish. Very satisfied, way faster than my Intel 660p.
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yeah this is a great price. if you can stomach $240 a larger drive will perform better but i myself only need 1tb. kind of sucks that i'm limited to just one nvme on a motherboard though. wish you could just keep slapping on more like hard drives.
I thought the smaller 1tb would perform better.
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yeah this is a great price. if you can stomach $240 a larger drive will perform better but i myself only need 1tb. kind of sucks that i'm limited to just one nvme on a motherboard though. wish you could just keep slapping on more like hard drives.
If you have spare pcie slots you can... with an adapter. I chose this one because the heat sink has screws instead of rubber bands to hold it onto the drive. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZTCRMTM/
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I thought the smaller 1tb would perform better.
Bigger drives use more Nand chips in parallel and thus have the potential to read/write to more chips simultaneously = better speeds. Also, u get better longevity for the same daily write operations, as more chips share the stress - if that is an issue, and it rarely is for the VAST majority.
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I thought the smaller 1tb would perform better.
nah, file system design will always favor larger drives to prevent fragmentation. there are other hardware benefits as well. you may be thinking of the performance benefit of raid 0 drives.
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I have the EX920 and that blade does not have 4k LBA sectoring (Advanced Format). It only has 512e. Can someone confirm if this EX950 has 4k sectoring?
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This is an OK deal. This HP is basically the same drive as the ADATA SX8200 Pro [anandtech.com] which has been $134.99 - $10 coupon at Amazon for the past month or so. I picked up the 2TB ADATA and it's great so far.
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