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TeamGroup GX2 SSD has pretty good reviews on Amazon. I am not able to find the reviews for this CX2 SSD
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This seems almost too good to be true. Is the low price due to it being a no name brand?
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Any dram on this?
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I'm confused as to why anybody is buying these when pci-e is so much faster.
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I'm confused as to why anybody is buying these when pci-e is so much faster.
Some people might have older computers? They will also still see a huge performance gain over an older platter hdd
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I'm confused as to why anybody is buying these when pci-e is so much faster.
They have older mobos that don't have nvme. Also, most people probably wouldn't notice a difference between SATA and PCIe as far as boot times are concerned. Some people may just want a cheap fast storage drive for their steam library.
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I'm confused as to why anybody is buying these when pci-e is so much faster.
No pci-e in my old laptops (and one desktop) so what's your point? Wave
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Sold out
Well, the 1TB is only $82!
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They have older mobos that don't have nvme. Also, most people probably wouldn't notice a difference between SATA and PCIe as far as boot times are concerned. Some people may just want a cheap fast storage drive for their steam library.
pci-e seems similarly priced to this.
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No pci-e in my old laptops (and one desktop) so what's your point? Wave
Thanks that's what I was wondering.
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