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Perfect for ps5
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Same price as the XPG one.
Is it better?

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B093DP3X4H/
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Same price as the XPG one.
Is it better?

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B093DP3X4H/
The XPG is slightly faster, but not anything you would ever notice.
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The XPG is slightly faster, but not anything you would ever notice.
Damnnn, fightin words
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Very expensive for 1tb. Butt, you are getting the a top quality product.
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Looking at the Tom's Hardware numbers - if you are editing and/or moving large files, the Seagate Firecuda 530 or the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus outperform EVERYONE else, substantially. But there is a limitation where the Hybrid P41 dominates - thermal efficiency. If you are putting this in a laptop or a micro-enclosure, the reduced heat could actually let it beat a Firecuda during sustained usage after the Firecuda throttles due to heating.

I love the Sky Hynix P31 (nvme3 version) and the new drive here is the ONLY drive that beats it in thermal efficiency. Also, all of the other benchmarks are top of the line, literally, so with the exception for sustained large file writes, the P41 is the best choice, and in a portable machine receiving any kind of rigorous use, the only choice IMHO.
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Quote from Mr. Harley :
Looking at the Tom's Hardware numbers - if you are editing and/or moving large files, the Seagate Firecuda 530 or the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus outperform EVERYONE else, substantially. But there is a limitation where the Hybrid P41 dominates - thermal efficiency. If you are putting this in a laptop or a micro-enclosure, the reduced heat could actually let it beat a Firecuda during sustained usage after the Firecuda throttles due to heating.

I love the Sky Hynix P31 (nvme3 version) and the new drive here is the ONLY drive that beats it in thermal efficiency. Also, all of the other benchmarks are top of the line, literally, so with the exception for sustained large file writes, the P41 is the best choice, and in a portable machine receiving any kind of rigorous use, the only choice IMHO.
Just FYI. To do video editing, there will be no difference between an old sata ssd, gen 3 or gen 4. The data can only write as fast as the cpu and GPU combo allows. And if your running a good mid range system, at most you would see written would be 30-50mbps which is perfectly acceptable
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What's a good enclosure for drives like these when you buy one and want to turn it into an external, just curious
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The 2tb had the 15% off for me. damnit... 220 +tax
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Already took advantage of this deal back on June 27th.
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deal dead? dont see clippable coupon
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What's a good enclosure for drives like these when you buy one and want to turn it into an external, just curious
Why would you spend the money on gen 4 to neuter it with USB transfer speeds?

Anyways, look up sabrent m.2 external enclosure on your favorite internet retailer. They make pretty good products for that purpose.
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Looking at the Tom's Hardware numbers - if you are editing and/or moving large files, the Seagate Firecuda 530 or the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus outperform EVERYONE else, substantially. But there is a limitation where the Hybrid P41 dominates - thermal efficiency. If you are putting this in a laptop or a micro-enclosure, the reduced heat could actually let it beat a Firecuda during sustained usage after the Firecuda throttles due to heating.

I love the Sky Hynix P31 (nvme3 version) and the new drive here is the ONLY drive that beats it in thermal efficiency. Also, all of the other benchmarks are top of the line, literally, so with the exception for sustained large file writes, the P41 is the best choice, and in a portable machine receiving any kind of rigorous use, the only choice IMHO.
The P41 runs cooler than the P31? I thought it produces more heat since it is Gen4?
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