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Picked up two (max 2 to get the $21 discount for each one).

Thanks!

EDIT: Didn't realize these were DRAM-less. No thanks. I think there will be equivalent deals on good ADATA or similar SSD's with DRAM cache this BF. So...CANCELED!
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Will this work on the ps5?
We don't know yet. Sony has to enable the expansion slot and then they will give a list of which drives are supported. At least that's what I read somewhere.
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Will this work on the ps5?
No, definitely not fast enough. Also, as I understand it, this feature won't be enabled immediately on the PS5. Might have to wait a bit...
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Installed the 500gb ($50-$52 microcenter) on a gigabyte b460 lga1200 board / 10th gen i3 build (4C/8T = $99 and fast clock..) 2 weeks ago

and its rock solid and very fast booting and Windows 10. Zero install issues and no hoops or drivers

MB / CPU / DRIVE /Butter smooth / fast and so quiet / such little heat
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Can anyone tell me if this is a generally a good idea. I have a Adata SSD that is giving me issues so I need to replace it before it completely dies.

Is it worth using a M2 to 2.5 enclosure with one of these drives versus just getting 2.5 SSD drive for a desktop.

Looking at getting something like this for 6 bucks.

SATA to M.2 NGFF SSD Converter Adapter Card [ebay.com]
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Will this work on the ps5?
Email HurryupMarkCerny@psn.net for your answer
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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.
I paid $87 last year for the Intel thinking prices would drop by now. Nope. This is a deal if your in the market for one. Otherwise there's always next year if you wanna wait again.
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I wouldn't use this as a boot drive, but as a program drive, it's plenty fast compared to a 2.5 SSD. Hmmm tempting.
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Faster than hard drives is pretty low expectation ......
Faster SATA and first gen NVME. Is that better? Unless you are copying large amount then, it's as slow as SATA.
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I paid $87 last year for the Intel thinking prices would drop by now. Nope. This is a deal if your in the market for one. Otherwise there's always next year if you wanna wait again.
Takes a looknat Microns earnings conference call they predict much lower prices and profits for 2021 and they are one of the largest SSD NAND chip manufacturers. Its coming straight from the horses mouth. The price hasnt dropped because they are milking the consumer.
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Irrespective of performance this is a good price for a 1tb SSD

https://diskprices.com/?locale=us...es=m2_nvme
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Noob here, sorry. Is the lack of cache on this ssd something that will matter for me building a workstation desktop? And would this be able to keep up if I pair it with a Ryzen 7 8-core cpu? Sorry if the q's don't make sense, again, I'm new to the computer-build game.
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Noob here, sorry. Is the lack of cache on this ssd something that will matter for me building a workstation desktop? And would this be able to keep up if I pair it with a Ryzen 7 8-core cpu? Sorry if the q's don't make sense, again, I'm new to the computer-build game.
Check out the performance numbers here: https://www.storagereview.com/rev...ssd-review

For the TLDR version: "Though the P2 is one of the more weak-performing TLC-based consumer SSDs we've seen, in the end, Crucial achieved exactly what it set out to do: create an ultra-affordable NVMe drive that is priced at the expense of write performance. In any case, you will certainly see an overall improvement in system performance compared to a SATA SSD or an HDD if you install your OS on the Crucial P2 NVMe SSD. If you value cost over everything else or if you're on a strict budget, the P2 is definitely a viable option as a starter drive."

For the ordinary user it's fine, but I wouldn't use it for workstation performance. I'd even wonder how long it would last being used as a workstation SSD.
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Check out the performance numbers here: https://www.storagereview.com/rev...ssd-review

For the TLDR version: "Though the P2 is one of the more weak-performing TLC-based consumer SSDs we've seen, in the end, Crucial achieved exactly what it set out to do: create an ultra-affordable NVMe drive that is priced at the expense of write performance. In any case, you will certainly see an overall improvement in system performance compared to a SATA SSD or an HDD if you install your OS on the Crucial P2 NVMe SSD. If you value cost over everything else or if you're on a strict budget, the P2 is definitely a viable option as a starter drive."

For the ordinary user it's fine, but I wouldn't use it for workstation performance. I'd even wonder how long it would last being used as a workstation SSD.
Thanks, repped!
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Faster than hard drives is pretty low expectation ......
there is merit for that argument though, if you need a1 tb ssd, you get 1tb ssd. a fast 128gb or 256 gb like macbook is just a waste.
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