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Will this work well on ps4 pro?
No. You would need a 2.5 inch SSD.
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The drive above is probably not the way to go, but I'm wondering what folks think are slick options for RAID on a P53 with a stock Intel 512GB 760p TLC M.2 PCIe boot drive. I'd rather not fill slots with more 512GB drives (four slots total), so, what's do you think is decent for the price in that situation?

The other choice is skipping RAID, and just doing onboard storage. If so, I was thinking one or more 2TB drives. What's best in that scenario?

Of course, in either scenario, I wonder if options will improve by BF.
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300 TBW seems kinda low.
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Will this work on the ps5?
you can't install but you can buy an enclosure and plug it into the back.
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Will this work in a 2015 Macbook Air (Early 2015) ?? I need to replace the tiny drive asap. Thanks!
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I'm putting together a gaming computer for my son. My brother is doing all the assembly, but I'm purchasing the parts. Is this a good hard drive for gaming? Or am I better off waiting/spending on something better?
this drive is better than enough for your son's gaming need. last year the intel 660p was a Slickdeal @ $80. this is just as close. nice to see it has 5 year warranty. i bought the teamgroup for 94$ with the 5 year warranty on amazon last week. only reason was because the deal was pretty good and i didnt have to pay taxes.
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I have an older server motherboard. Is there any PCIe card that can take 2x NVME SSDs? I will run multiple Virtual Machines, do I get any benefits from PCIe or should I just buy regular 2.5" SATA SSDs?
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Will this work on the ps5?
No, I heard the PS5 soldered the SSD to the motherboard.
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Will this work in a 2015 Macbook Air (Early 2015) ?? I need to replace the tiny drive asap. Thanks!
Unfortunately, the SSD in those macbook air are upgradable but apple uses its own proprietary (big surprise!) SSD type so the one OP posted might not work for you. See:

https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacB...ment/38535
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Don't get me wrong I'm just saying these vs hard drives is bad comparison
Agreed. Hard drives are only comparable to hybrids or at best a SATA ssd
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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...
Similar question. Will the SSDs be as easy to swap out as the older PSs? I was able to rebuild 3 PSs but putting a faster SSD drive that worked. Easy compared to the XBOX.

But!!!!! No XBOX drive failure yet!
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Mine came with seal open. Looks like returned or buyer remorse
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