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07-04-2022 at 10:49 AM
You need the shorter 2230 to fit in it!! This one is much too long and you will damage not only the ssd but also the deck!!

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Edited to clear up any confusion.
I have three Teamgroup 1TB SATA SSD's .

First one in a PS4 that shows no real improvement over the stock drive. I even cleaned any dust from the unit when putting the new drive in but the fan now runs louder now than ever before.

Second one as a data only drive in an old personal PC relegated to Temporary File Storage (aka poor mans file server). This is used 95% for just data retrieval, and it is bad (per their SSD Testing software) within a year. I had no need to encrypt it as it was in a locked server room in my house and I have had several issues w Bitlocker at the Enterprise level at work. It is now read only w a lifetime of both personal data and PHI on it, so I cannot ship it back. I explained this to them but it appears I am out of luck unless I ship that drive, with all that readable data exposed, from the US to Taiwan.

The 3rd one I have not installed yet and, based on the other two, I'll just eat the cost on that one and chalk this purchase up to experience at trying to get away w inexpensive storage vs the Samsungs I have everywhere else.

So, in short, you do get what you pay for when buying off brands. Personally, I'll be spending the few extra dollars even for cheap, basic applications, for name brand, reliable drives from now on.
How did you use it in a PS4?

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Any input on this? My desktop has a smaller NVMe/2280 SSD and I don't know much about the tech.
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Any input on this? My desktop has a smaller NVMe/2280 SSD and I don't know much about the tech.
It's not a top of the line drive, but as long as you're not video editing or constantly transferring large amounts of data back and forth, it's a really good deal at this price
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Too old for PS5 right?
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Read 1800 Mbps
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Not fastest speed, but good performance/price ratio plus 5-yr warranty. Thx
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Just ordered it last night. For the price, I could not let it go. Pretty good reviews at Newegg.com. I will see how long does it last.
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Too old for PS5 right?
Its a v3, the PS5 requires a version 4 (that is the PS5's one requirement).
on a separate note, this is does not have dram cache.

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Any input on this? My desktop has a smaller NVMe/2280 SSD and I don't know much about the tech.
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...2-nvme-ssd

"Team Group MP33 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: NVMe performance at SATA prices"

I'd probably go for the WD Blue SN570 at $89 but this looks pretty good for even less.
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Just installed one on my laptop. Haven't noticed anything different with the laptop. So it works fine.
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Edited to clear up any confusion.
I have three Teamgroup 1TB SATA SSD's .

First one in a PS4 that shows no real improvement over the stock drive. I even cleaned any dust from the unit when putting the new drive in but the fan now runs louder now than ever before.

Second one as a data only drive in an old personal PC relegated to Temporary File Storage (aka poor mans file server). This is used 95% for just data retrieval, and it is bad (per their SSD Testing software) within a year. I had no need to encrypt it as it was in a locked server room in my house and I have had several issues w Bitlocker at the Enterprise level at work. It is now read only w a lifetime of both personal data and PHI on it, so I cannot ship it back. I explained this to them but it appears I am out of luck unless I ship that drive, with all that readable data exposed, from the US to Taiwan.

The 3rd one I have not installed yet and, based on the other two, I'll just eat the cost on that one and chalk this purchase up to experience at trying to get away w inexpensive storage vs the Samsungs I have everywhere else.

So, in short, you do get what you pay for when buying off brands. Personally, I'll be spending the few extra dollars even for cheap, basic applications, for name brand, reliable drives from now on.
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I have three of these.

First one in a PS4 that shows no real improvement over the stock drive. I even cleaned the unit when putting the new drive in but the fan now runs louder now than ever before.

Second one in a personal File Server as a data drive, mostly data retrieval, and it is bad (per their SSD Testing software) within a year. It is now read only w a lifetime of both personal data and PHI on it, so I cannot ship it back. I explained this to them but it appears I am out of luck unless I ship that drive, with all that readable data exposed, from the US to Taiwan. So, in reality, there is no warranty ...

The 3rd one I have not installed yet and, based on the other two, I'll just eat the cost on that one and chalk this purchase up to experience.

So, in short, you do get what you pay for. Personally, I'll be spending a few extra dollars (even for basic application) for name brand, reliable drives from now on.
That's a bummer, I don't think I would lose too much if i only use it for rpi4 stuff.
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Do these come with the screw?
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