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Expectations have nothing to do with results though. Imagine criticizing a Honda Civic for being faster than a bicycle just because that's a low expectation. So what? Still a major speed upgrade for people who can't afford a Lambo.

This is a fantastic price on a 1TB SSD for anyone who's been looking to upgrade but watching their budgets.
This is a great way of thinking about most things. It's not about best or worst, it's about what the next dollar of spending will get you.

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Pretty good deal on a basic nvme SSD. Even without DRAM this drive should perform decently. Obviously it's not going to compare well against midrange and high end nvme SSDs but it'll be faster than a hard drive even when writing directly to the TLC NAND.
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Good price for a 1TB from a reputable brand.
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Spend 10$ more to get WD Blue SN550, TLC NAND is still another league...
Edit: srr, it's TLC unlike Crucial P1...but SN550 still preform better. 94$ at Amazon now...

" On the entry-level front, the WD Blue SN550 is the P2's most imminent threat – the SN550 is the best DRAMless SSD we've tested yet. While we don't have a 500GB sample on hand, based on our experience with the SN550, it should beat the P2 easily. At the same price, the WD Blue SN550 is a better value that should be more responsive due to its fast direct-to-TLC write performance, even after its small SLC write cache fills."

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/crucial-p2-m-2-nvme-ssd/3
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Faster than hard drives is pretty low expectation ......
Expectations have nothing to do with results though. Imagine criticizing a Honda Civic for being faster than a bicycle just because that's a low expectation. So what? Still a major speed upgrade for people who can't afford a Lambo.

This is a fantastic price on a 1TB SSD for anyone who's been looking to upgrade but watching their budgets.
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Expectations have nothing to do with results though. Imagine criticizing a Honda Civic for being faster than a bicycle just because that's a low expectation. So what? Still a major speed upgrade for people who can't afford a Lambo.

This is a fantastic price on a 1TB SSD for anyone who's been looking to upgrade but watching their budgets.
This is a great way of thinking about most things. It's not about best or worst, it's about what the next dollar of spending will get you.
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I'm not too familiar with the PCI SSDs so I'd like to confirm, will this work with the recent Gateway laptop deal? https://slickdeals.net/f/14537105-gateway-15-6-laptop-i5-10300h-15-6-1080p-8gb-ddr4-256gb-ssd-rtx-20...
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Expectations have nothing to do with results though. Imagine criticizing a Honda Civic for being faster than a bicycle just because that's a low expectation. So what? Still a major speed upgrade for people who can't afford a Lambo.

This is a fantastic price on a 1TB SSD for anyone who's been looking to upgrade but watching their budgets.
Don't get me wrong I'm just saying these vs hard drives is bad comparison
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I'm not too familiar with the PCI SSDs so I'd like to confirm, will this work with the recent Gateway laptop deal? https://slickdeals.net/f/14537105-gateway-15-6-laptop-i5-10300h-15-6-1080p-8gb-ddr4-256gb-ssd-rtx-20...
Crucial official website has a good tool to tell compatibility by product. If you have 10-15 more to spend the slightly more expensive ones (as noted by someone else above) are better suited as startup drives
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The maket is flooded with DRAM and NAND used in SSDs. Prices are already crtering. 1TB Intel 660p was $79 last year. If you dont absolutely need it now it will probably drop much further.
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Does anyone know of a good SSD for a MacBook Air ?
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Will this work on the ps5?
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Does anyone know of a good SSD for a MacBook Air ?
Depends on the year of the MBA. The older ones need a cheap socket adapter to allow them to work with off the shelf NVMe SSD's, and newer ones cannot be upgraded at all because the SSD chips are soldered to the board.

There are TONS of sites if you search that will tell you if it's possible and how to do it.
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