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1TB PNY CS1030 M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen 3 x4 Internal Solid State Drive SSD EXPIRED

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Best Buy via Ebay has the 1TB PNY CS1030 PCIe Gen 3 x4 M.2 NVMe Internal Solid Slate Drive (M280CS1030-1TB-RB) on sale for $53.99. Shipping is free.

Best Buy has the 1TB PNY CS1030 PCIe Gen 3 x4 M.2 NVMe Internal Solid Slate Drive (M280CS1030-1TB-RB) on sale for $53.99. Shipping is free.

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    • PCIe 3.0 x4 Interface
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    • Up to 2,100 MB/s Sequential Read Speed
    • Up to 1,700 MB/s Sequential Write Speed
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 1TB PNY CS1030 PCIe Gen 3 x4 M.2 NVMe Internal Solid Slate (M280CS1030-1TB-RB) Drive on sale for $53.99. Shipping is free. -NLA

Best Buy via Ebay [ebay.com] has the 1TB PNY CS1030 PCIe Gen 3 x4 M.2 NVMe Internal Solid Slate Drive (M280CS1030-1TB-RB) on sale for $53.99. Shipping is free.

Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has the 1TB PNY CS1030 PCIe Gen 3 x4 M.2 NVMe Internal Solid Slate Drive (M280CS1030-1TB-RB) on sale for $53.99. Shipping is free.
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ranasif25 asked this question on 12-06-2022 at 04:31 AM
12-06-2022 at 11:10 PM
I would not advise this drive for a PS5. For the PS5 you want to look for a drive with around 5k read speed and pcie nvme 4.0. you can get away with a little less but this drive is far slower then the recommend

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How many TBW do you need? The SSDs I've owned average about 2TB written per year. At 240TBW, that's 120 years (I'll be long gone)

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Says "Currently unavailable" on Amazon
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Bought the best buy one, thanks.
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240TBW if anyone is wondering. Not very reassuring.
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Always have had bad experiences with PNY memory cards in the past. Wouldn't trust them with an SSD any day.
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240TBW if anyone is wondering. Not very reassuring.
How many TBW do you need? The SSDs I've owned average about 2TB written per year. At 240TBW, that's 120 years (I'll be long gone)
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How many TBW do you need? The SSDs I've owned average about 2TB written per year. At 240TBW, that's 120 years (I'll be long gone)
Depends on the use case. I have a game storage nvme with similar TBW as you, but have drivepool / blueiris nvmes I use for caching that have 150ish TBW in 2 years.
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Depends on the use case. I have a game storage nvme with similar TBW as you, but have drivepool / blueiris nvmes I use for caching that have 150ish TBW in 2 years.
Ah, gotcha. I'm actually building a server right now and it will have caching and logging. Any recommendations on a reliable, low cost SSD?
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The Teamgroup MP33, Solidigm P41 plus or Patriot P310 are better options about this price. The Leven JP600 has the same controller, but explicitly states TLC flash and is a few bucks cheaper on Amazon.
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The Teamgroup MP33, Solidigm P41 plus or Patriot P310 are better options about this price. The Leven JP300 has the same controller, but explicitly states TLC flash and is a few bucks cheaper on Amazon.
I just bought a two pack of the MP33, is the MP33 one of the drives that slows down a lot when it gets passed a certain capacity? thanks
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I just bought a two pack of the MP33, is the MP33 one of the drives that slows down a lot when it gets passed a certain capacity? thanks
The MP33 has a separate SLC cache, so it ought not.
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The MP33 has a separate SLC cache, so it ought not.
Awesome thanks, seems like a great value then.
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Sold out at Amazon. Otherwise great price when combined with various shop with point offers (40% ~ 50% off) if eligible.
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PNY is trash , I had DDR4 Ram issue, Sata SSD dying, USB drive dying, just know that you're getting no quality items..
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