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1TB Crucial P2 NVME m.2 Drive (FS/AC) - $94.49

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For different NVMe SSD comparison, please google SSD Buying Guide by Newmaxx.

That being said, the P2 is the improved version of its predecessor, the P1 (or intel 660P). The P2 has improvements in many aspects such as sequential write, sequential read, and TBW. However, despite the improvements, the P2 is still a entry level TLC SSD, and there are many other TLC SSD that will out perform this drive at this price range (SN550).

The price of P2 will likely to fall down even more later in the year (probably around $85). If you can wait, I would suggest to wait just a little bit longer when BF is around the corner.
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Lacking DRAM - but will that matter if I plan on putting it in an external USB-C 3.1 Gen2 10Gbps enclosure?
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Lacking DRAM - but will that matter if I plan on putting it in an external USB-C 3.1 Gen2 10Gbps enclosure?
If you're not going to pay 50% more, then you're not going to get a dram model, anyway. And it doesn't matter. The difference is marginal for 99% of users. I'm a power user and I'm sure as hell not paying that much more for the small increase in performance (I would stripe cheaper ones lol).

External severely limits sequential read/write.
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If you're not going to pay 50% more, then you're not going to get a dram model, anyway. And it doesn't matter. The difference is marginal for 99% of users. I'm a power user and I'm sure as hell not paying that much more for the small increase in performance (I would stripe cheaper ones lol).

External severely limits sequential read/write.
It's only 25% more for a DRAM-capable version: https://slickdeals.net/f/14462960-adata-xpg-sx8200-pro-1tb-nvme-ssd-119-99-after-10-coupon-on-amazon?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

That's not an insignificant amount money, but if it helps even on external use, I would consider the higher priced version w/DRAM.
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If you're not going to pay 50% more, then you're not going to get a dram model, anyway.
The 1TB WD Black SN750 was on sale for $121.49 back in August. Way less than 50% more. I get 3400MB/sec read/write speeds with it.
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The 1TB WD Black SN750 was on sale for $121.49 back in August. Way less than 50% more. I get 3400MB/sec read/write speeds with it.
How about sx8200 pro vs sn750 ?
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How about sx8200 pro vs sn750 ?
Not as fast [tomshardware.com]. But for most applications it won't matter.
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Not as fast [tomshardware.com]. But for most applications it won't matter.
that review was for sx8200 not sx8200 pro
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that review was for sx8200 not sx8200 pro
OK, well it's certainly not rocket surgery to find a review of the pro. Looks pretty close in performance [tomshardware.com] to the SN750.
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The 1TB WD Black SN750 was on sale for $121.49 back in August. Way less than 50% more. I get 3400MB/sec read/write speeds with it.
Using what testing program/settings? I have the same drive, I get 2600-2700 r/w using AJA and default settings.
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