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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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Well technically not true Crucial is a subsidiary of Micron. Micron is a top DRAM and NAND maker.
Uh, no? Crucial is Micron's consumer product brand.
The problem with the P1 just like the Intel 660p is they are the first generation of QLC NVME. Due due to the 4 state design they are slower and have lower endurance. I have the 660p for low writing environment then lower TWD is not an issue. General the read speed is more the enough for gaming. 4K video editing and mixing would like find it too slow. This is a average price for QLC drives especially as the P1 has been replaced by the P5 that have improved the write life. P1=660p and P5=665p. Some consolidation is about to happen intel selling the NAND to SK, which might increase the price a little, but not like much as China is increasing their production. They have issue making CPUs and GPUs, but 20+ nm NAND and DRAM is not an issue. Intel has always been a small player in the consumer side. The big guys left as Micron, Samsung, Toshbia, and SK.

So, in summary, for gamers go for it, average user is good, for content creator no. This thing would make a terrible premiere scratch disk.

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third party seller. questionable.
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Dram?
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$5 cheaper than Amazon Prime though there's a seller matching this price with FS on Amazon as well.
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Crucial not a major mfg of ssd chips, they just wanted their name on the brand label. They primarily make ram.
Well technically not true Crucial is a subsidiary of Micron. Micron is a top DRAM and NAND maker.
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Crucial not a major mfg of ssd chips, they just wanted their name on the brand label. They primarily make ram.
Uh, no? Crucial is Micron's consumer product brand.
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The catch here is that the P1 is a QLC SSD.

Review here: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...ssd-review
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The problem with the P1 just like the Intel 660p is they are the first generation of QLC NVME. Due due to the 4 state design they are slower and have lower endurance. I have the 660p for low writing environment then lower TWD is not an issue. General the read speed is more the enough for gaming. 4K video editing and mixing would like find it too slow. This is a average price for QLC drives especially as the P1 has been replaced by the P5 that have improved the write life. P1=660p and P5=665p. Some consolidation is about to happen intel selling the NAND to SK, which might increase the price a little, but not like much as China is increasing their production. They have issue making CPUs and GPUs, but 20+ nm NAND and DRAM is not an issue. Intel has always been a small player in the consumer side. The big guys left as Micron, Samsung, Toshbia, and SK.

So, in summary, for gamers go for it, average user is good, for content creator no. This thing would make a terrible premiere scratch disk.
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Crucial not a major mfg of ssd chips, they just wanted their name on the brand label. They primarily make ram.
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I created an account just to comment on this post.
This is great value for a 1TB M.2 PCIe SSD.
The throughput is not slow. If you are in the market and on a budget don't hesitate.
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There are faster ssd in the $100-$120 range.. crucial late to the party as other brands have cut prices on better drives to near this one.
There are faster drives in $140-$160 range...
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