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pet1 asked this question on 06-29-2021 at 11:47 AM
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For generic laptops, check the manufacturer's documentation/help resources. A compatible Mac will need an adapter to use an NVMe drive. Check over at Other World Computing.

https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc
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For those that are not aware, Newegg went public on Nasdaq, just a month ago, with Chinese investors. They were bad before, but just wait. I'm done with them. Just last month, SD was advertising Newegg's IPO on their own advertising bulletins, knowingly or not.
apples to oranges.
if you compare dram-less nvme, their power consumption are about the same.
case in point, 980 is maxed out at 4.3W (and about twice as fast both on read and write)
SN550 is maxed out at 3.9W (and about 50% faster on read)

so if you REALLY value about battery life, you should care about performance per unit watt. 980 consumes 30% more power but performs 100% better, so for a given task, it is actually uses 40% less power, all for 10 dollar more.

honestly, given the 980's price tag and performance, i don't know why anyone would go for anything else for general home use(esp at MSRP)

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i wonder if Amazon will Price Match

any reason not to jump on this deal
what stands out is the
Warranty: Limited 5-year or 800TBW more then double most
and it VERY LOW POWER 3.3v - 1a


many others are 3.3v - 2.8a those will get very hot and suck batteries dry
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how would you have them do so? over chat?
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i wonder if Amazon will Price Match

any reason not to jump on this deal
what stands out is the
Warranty: Limited 5-year or 800TBW more then double most
and it VERY LOW POWER 3.3v - 1a


many others are 3.3v - 2.8a those will get very hot and suck batteries dry
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how would you have them do so? over chat?
by watching this thread!!!!
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Quote from alseTrewoP :
i wonder if Amazon will Price Match

any reason not to jump on this deal
what stands out is the
Warranty: Limited 5-year or 800TBW more then double most
and it VERY LOW POWER 3.3v - 1a


many others are 3.3v - 2.8a those will get very hot and suck batteries dry
apples to oranges.
if you compare dram-less nvme, their power consumption are about the same.
case in point, 980 is maxed out at 4.3W (and about twice as fast both on read and write)
SN550 is maxed out at 3.9W (and about 50% faster on read)

so if you REALLY value about battery life, you should care about performance per unit watt. 980 consumes 30% more power but performs 100% better, so for a given task, it is actually uses 40% less power, all for 10 dollar more.

honestly, given the 980's price tag and performance, i don't know why anyone would go for anything else for general home use(esp at MSRP)
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apples to oranges.
if you compare dram-less nvme, their power consumption are about the same.
case in point, 980 is maxed out at 4.3W (and about twice as fast both on read and write)
SN550 is maxed out at 3.9W (and about 50% faster on read)

so if you REALLY value about battery life, you should care about performance per unit watt. 980 consumes 30% more power but performs 100% better, so for a given task, it is actually uses 40% less power, all for 10 dollar more.

honestly, given the 980's price tag and performance, i don't know why anyone would go for anything else for general home use(esp at MSRP)
Link to the 980 please TIA
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Quote from seanleeforever :
apples to oranges.
if you compare dram-less nvme, their power consumption are about the same.
case in point, 980 is maxed out at 4.3W (and about twice as fast both on read and write)
SN550 is maxed out at 3.9W (and about 50% faster on read)

so if you REALLY value about battery life, you should care about performance per unit watt. 980 consumes 30% more power but performs 100% better, so for a given task, it is actually uses 40% less power, all for 10 dollar more.

honestly, given the 980's price tag and performance, i don't know why anyone would go for anything else for general home use(esp at MSRP)
thank you for the info
i looked at the Specs
980 FOR THE 500gb
Power Draw:
4.3 W (Active) 5.9 W (Max) 5.0 mW (Standby) [B]~1.8amps
Endurance TBW: 300 TB

the Gigabyte 512gb
Power Draw:
Avg. Read : 3.3W ; Write : 2.8W (Idle) 1.8mw ~1amp
Warranty: Limited 5-year or 800TBW

so the Gigabyte is $14 less
the Gigabyte is slower but still faster then any Sata SSD
uses ~1/2 the power and is Guaranteed to last more the 2 times longer
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Being single core and dram less and offering 800TBW i am sure is not going to last long either way they just wanna sell it, if it breaks down sure then there is warranty but still is your data.
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How does one tell whether an SSD has DRAM or not?
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how to tell if my laptop m.2 slot accept NVMe or not? it comes originally with a B+M SSD
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I'm replacing a smaller module which is rated at 2.8A. Would this module work on my motherboard at 1.0A?
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I'm replacing a smaller module which is rated at 2.8A. Would this module work on my motherboard at 1.0A?
for sure
BUT this is a gem for in a laptop with 1/2 the drain and very cool
in a desktop it would not typically matter EXCEPT LASTING 2x longer
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How does one tell whether an SSD has DRAM or not?
Google reviews. Pretty much ignore marketing BS.
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Good for a Nas? 920+
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