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  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 2000 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 1700 MBps
  • 4KB Random Read: Up to 170,000 IOPS
  • 4KB Random Write: Up to 240,000 IOPS
  • MTTF: 1,500,000 hours
  • 5 Years Warranty
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Last Edited by Suryasis September 17, 2020 at 01:20 AM
SPEC:
  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 2000 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 1700 MBps
  • 4KB Random Read: Up to 170,000 IOPS
  • 4KB Random Write: Up to 240,000 IOPS
  • MTTF: 1,500,000 hours
  • 5 Years Warranty

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If your Desktop's motherboard has a M.2 Slot which supports PCIe NVMe SSD then yes.

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Finally a 1TB NVME SSD >$100 that has DRAM cache (1GB cache per 1TB NAND).
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Is this the same thing, just at $106.99?

https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...ate-Drive/

I can't find this OD version anywhere else.
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Is this the same thing, just at $106.99?

https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...ate-Drive/ [officedepot.com]

I can't find this OD version anywhere else.
Yes, same drive. The image shows that it is P1.
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Seems like kind of an average price for this mid-tier drive as prices are dropping on SSDs
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Yes, same drive. The image shows that it is P1.
It's odd. The other one disappeared. They used to have one with the blue label/logo for $116, and this one for $106, but coupons didn't apply to this one for some reason - and I couldn't find this one on any other site (no reviews for this drive on OD site). Now this is the only one available.
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Would this be good to use as a primary drive on a desktop?
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Would this be good to use as a primary drive on a desktop?
If your Desktop's motherboard has a M.2 Slot which supports PCIe NVMe SSD then yes.
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Would this be good to use as a primary drive on a desktop?
Be careful though if you have other drives using the sata ports.

Some motherboard will disable the sata ports if the nvme (what the m.2 uses) is in use. So you wont be able to use both sata port ssd/hdd and the nvme m.2 drive
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If your Desktop's motherboard has a M.2 Slot which supports PCIe NVMe SSD then yes.
I have an older ASUS Z87-Pro. It has PCIe but I'm guessing it probably doesn't support NVMe SSD.

From specs:
2 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 (x16 or dual x8)
1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode) *3
4 x PCIe 2.0 x1 *4
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I have an older ASUS Z87-Pro. It has PCIe but I'm guessing it probably doesn't support NVMe SSD.

From specs:
2 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 (x16 or dual x8)
1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode) *3
4 x PCIe 2.0 x1 *4
Those are not m.2 slots.
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I have an older ASUS Z87-Pro. It has PCIe but I'm guessing it probably doesn't support NVMe SSD.

From specs:
2 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 (x16 or dual x8)
1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (x4 mode) *3
4 x PCIe 2.0 x1 *4
Those are not M.2 Slot and your board does not support naively. There are some PCI Express Add-On Cards which directly gets plugged into your PCIe X4 or X16 Slot and those cards have M.2 Slots where you can attach a NVMe SSD. But since your motherboard is quite old, high chance that it will not support those kind of added drives as a boot device.
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