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BH Photo Video has 1TB Intel 670p Series M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe x4 Solid State Drive SSD (SSDPEKNU010TZX1) on sale for $109.99 - Extra $45 Off coupon found on product page (automatically discounted in cart) = $64.99. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • 1TB Storage Capacity
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor
  • PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 Interface
  • Intel QLC 3D NAND
  • Up to 3500 MB/s Sequential Read Speeds
  • Up to 2500 MB/s Sequential Write Speeds
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  • Includes a 5-year limited manufacturers warranty w/ purchase

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  • This model features the latest QLC NADN technology, designed to deliver nearly double the speed of the previous gen; compatible w/ a wide variety of desktop computers, laptops and other devices
  • Offer valid for October 6, 2022 or while supplies last
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BuyMoreChuck asked this question on 10-07-2022 at 01:48 PM
10-07-2022 at 01:48 PM
Not a good C drive as it is QLC.


Keep in mind QLC gets huge performance penalties as the drive starts to reach max capacity
10-07-2022 at 01:48 PM
Good enough. It's about 370 TB.
10-07-2022 at 01:48 PM
endurance is 370 TBW. I think it's enough for boot drive
chinedooo asked this question on 10-06-2022 at 02:15 PM
10-06-2022 at 02:15 PM
No, it's not PCIe 4.0
Averageazn asked this question on 10-06-2022 at 02:07 PM
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You guys are reaching a little with the criticisms. A 370 TBW rating means you could load 370,000 GB of data in its lifetime before replacement is necessary. For context:

* Fortnite - 30GB

* Apex Legends - 25GB

* GTA5 - 90GB

This means you could install all three games once per day literally every day for ~7 years before you wear out the drive.

One hour of 4K video is roughly 25GB. You could load nearly 15,000 hours of videos — that's 24 hours a day every second for over 600 days.

So yeah, it'll last you a long, long time as a regular windows/Linux boot drive. Be realistic about your usage. This is an amazing price for a great SSD.
Why does it have to be the better brand? Hynix is good, no arguing there, but Intel is a good brand also.

5 YR warranty is a plus. QLC NAND makes it cheaper but lower endurance. For general use it's a great deal. Speeds are very respectable for the price. In for a couple. Thanks OP!
What does "meh" mean? Unreliable? Expensive? Bad support?

I don't expect a $65 1TB SSD to be a 5-star market overperformer, but given that the speeds are actually pretty good and has a 5 year warranty from an US company and good reliability, I'll take "meh".

Here's a Tomshardware.com review where they give it a 4 star rating and the "cons" are of no real importance:

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...ssd-review

Seems better than "meh" for $65.

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Egad! Wish I needed one 😆
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How is this compared to the sk Hynix 3rd gen that was posted couple of weeks back?
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Hynix has to be the better brand I'm sure
Why does it have to be the better brand? Hynix is good, no arguing there, but Intel is a good brand also.

5 YR warranty is a plus. QLC NAND makes it cheaper but lower endurance. For general use it's a great deal. Speeds are very respectable for the price. In for a couple. Thanks OP!
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would this be good for a C: boot drive or does it really have lower endurance?
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Quote from BuyMoreChuck :
would this be good for a C: boot drive or does it really have lower endurance?
Good enough. It's about 370 TB.
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would this be good for a C: boot drive or does it really have lower endurance?
endurance is 370 TBW. I think it's enough for boot drive
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Tempted, but I was hoping for a PCIe gen 4 drive as I already have a Crucial P5 which is PCIe gen 3.

Are there any good/decent Intel SSD NVMe PCIe gen 4 drives?
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is this good for a ps5?
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You guys are reaching a little with the criticisms. A 370 TBW rating means you could load 370,000 GB of data in its lifetime before replacement is necessary. For context:

* Fortnite - 30GB

* Apex Legends - 25GB

* GTA5 - 90GB

This means you could install all three games once per day literally every day for ~7 years before you wear out the drive.

One hour of 4K video is roughly 25GB. You could load nearly 15,000 hours of videos — that's 24 hours a day every second for over 600 days.

So yeah, it'll last you a long, long time as a regular windows/Linux boot drive. Be realistic about your usage. This is an amazing price for a great SSD.
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Mu office use intel ssd, not the fastest but never had problem for 8 years ( 24/7 computer running)
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Will this work in a ps5?
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