1TB for $35:
2TB for $65:
P44 Pro 1TB, $50:
I started with 2 1TB Intel 670p NVMe drives when I built like 3 years ago, one boot, one extra space, then replaced the "storage" drive with a 2TB WD SN850X and installed a fresh copy of Windows 11 on it a year or so ago, since I wanted the boot drive to be fastest. No issues there, just went in...
So, I've been "out of the game" for quite a while. My last machine had just gotten a 120GB SSD (for $180!) before corporate/personal life kept me from spending time on The Hobby. So, forgive me if this is a know thing - I promise I did at least cursory Google/[H] searches before posting...
I put a bit of work into this last night, as I'm building a new (mid-range) PC. I figured it might be useful to someone else in the market for value-priced, high(ish)-performance M.2 drives. (Sorry about the formatting, BBCode is hard to work with - just copy+paste into Excel/Sheets.)
Prices are for local cash deals. Local is about 30 minutes south of Cleveland, OH.
If you want something shipped to you, then you'll be responsible for all additional costs including any fees, packaging, etc.
These are the only options. I'm not parting out anything.
Before you ask:
Welcome to my review of the Kingston NV2 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD. I will be comparing it to my current SanDisk Ultra M.2 1TB NVMe 3D SSD drive using several benchmarks including ATTO Disk Benchmark, CrystalDiskMark Benchmark, AS SSD Benchmark, and Anvil's Storage Utilities benchmark. The results are...
Yes its a QLC drive. Yes it will tank some on sustained writes and so on. However as a storage drive or game drive these work really well and are reliable. I have a couple of the 1tb versions as OS drives and Steam drives on family PCs and no one whines about things being slow.
On Corsair's webpage for the forthcoming AMD AM5 processors, they published a chart teasing a new SSD model called the MP700 that supports four lanes of PCI-E Gen5 and claims up to 10GB/s of sequential read speed. For comparison, the Samsung 980 Pro Gen 4 SSD shows up to 7GB/s sequential burst...
Moving to a Mac Studio for work.
Seasonic Prime 1200W Gold
Never used. I had this in storage
$120 + shipping
EVGA Supernova G3 850W
$50 + shipping
Samsung EVO Plus NVME 970 2TB
$140 + shipping
heatware = note235
162- 0 - 0
Local pick up in Seattle
I have a system running:
Asus X99 Deluxe II
128GB (4x32) DDR4
2x Sabrent Rocket 2TB NVME SSDs
GeForce GTX 1070
PCIe Sound Card (not sure the model off-hand)
I recently moved from two SATA SSDs to the two Sabrent SSDs. The boot ("C:") drive is running in the built-in M.2...
So, I have a dell XPS 9510 laptop (i7-11800H, 32GB DDR4-3200, RTX 3050, Win10 Enterprise, for reference). From the factory it came with a 512GB Micron 2300 PCIe 3.0x4 SSD. However, the laptop actually supports PCIe 4.0, so I got a Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 1TB to replace the OEM Micron drive.
Located in DFW
LOCAL SALE ONLY WILL NOT SHIP WILL NOT PART
Looking for straight up cost here no scalping on the gpu or anything else for that mater. Which was my point in building this one and the other 3 I'm working on.
Had this one built for 2 months now I believe it has been with it just...
Newegg has the Western Digital SN850 1TB PCI-E4x4 on sale for $164.99 - $15 instant rebate = $149.99. :happy:
According to PCPartPicker this is the lowest price this drive has been, and is one of the better PCI-E 4x4 drives out there.
Alright, so I purchased a Samsung 980 Pro 1tb M.2 NVME SSD for my existing system, and want to make it the drive for my OS because my current SSD is almost 10 years old. I currently have an M4 Crucial 256gb SSD with windows 10 installed, and two Seagate HDDs for file storage and programs that...
Intel Core i7-13700F
Team T-Force Vulcan 32GB DDR5
Hynix M. 36-36-36-76 1.20V FLBD532G5600HC36BDC01
Nintendo Switch Online Subscription
Selling remaining spots of Nintendo switch family online plan with fellow [H] members.
Valid through 6/8/2024
So from tests, it seems most games load about the same speed from the SSD as they do from NVME with small differences and both much better than HDDs.
So I figured I could get a 4TB SSD for a lower price than NVME to fill the one SATA port I still have available and move most of my slow...
Gskill Ripjaws 2400MHZ 16GB x 2. Good condition, has been installed on the same system since new, no original box, two sticks available (each 16GB).
RAM: $65 per stick.
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Welcome to 2020!
I've got to clear out some HHD's. I moved to a Promise array so have 4x WD NAS Red 6TB drives (Warranty 2019-2021) as well as 8x 8TB Seagates for long term storage.
All drives for $SOLD shipped
Bonus items worth at least $50-$100 (cellphones/SSD/RAM/CPU just ask)
I want to buy a m.2 ssd for this laptop but I've read that it has some sort of limitations in the bios when it comes to the m.2 slot, anyone has had any experience with this particular model?
Thanks in advance.
These will use the QLC flash for long term storage. They have been working with Phison, who's controller will seamlessly move things back and forth in the background. Pricing or the ratio of SLC to QLC is not yet known, but drives are already been sampled to OEMs...
Selling some stuff.. please make me offers and discounts for multiples. Prices are shipped. thanks for looking!--
Lenovo Targus laptop backpack
has padded computer compartment
Netis 10/100/1000Mbps PCI-E PCI-Express GigaBit Ethernet adapter
4K UHD movie Blu Ray discs (no digital...
I have a dual socket server board (Supermicro X9DRI-F and two Xeon E5-2650v2's). As I was installing a few SAS HBA's, a 10GB Ethernet card and preparing for future NVME drives, it struck me.
Each of the PCIe slots is labeled with which CPU the lanes are attached to. Two slots (16x...
I took out a Samsung 950 M.2 NVMe that was working fine as my boot drive, reinstalled it, and now neither BIOS nor Windows 10 recognizes it. It heats up when the computer is on. I've taken it out and reinstalled it several times to no avail. I live in a small city and don't think I know...
I am thinking about either getting the Asrock x570 pro 4 or phantom gaming 4 and coupling it with a 3900x. I have a question about NVMe and how it affects the SATA ports on the Asrock boards. These boards have 8 SATA3, 1 Hyper M.2 (PCIe Gen4 x4 & SATA3), 1 Hyper M.2 (PCIe Gen4 x4) and was...
I'm selling my maxed out Nuc6i7KYK with 32GB DDR4 and a 1TB Samsung Pro NVMe. (Windows 10 pro fresh format / no key) I used this a my main gaming 4K setup with a 1080ti GPU via TB3 on a 65in 4k TV.
As always I will include a bonus gift RAM, SSD, Samsung / iPad Tablet, HDD just ask...
Bought parts for a build that I never circled around to and I figure I should cut losses and go for a Xeon machine. All parts are NIB, unopened. Prices include Paypal and US shipping. Please PM me for questions. Happy to talk about bundle pricing for anything here.
- 1x i9-7980xe, asking for...
Has anyone seen one of these?
Does it exist?
In my googling I've had a difficult time finding one. There are a few dual adapters out there, but they all seem to only hvae one M key slots for NVME and the other slot is for SATA only.
Appreciate any suggestions.
I ordered a HPE ProLiant DL325 G10 server and a Intel Opteron P4800x for NVMe storage to go along with it. I know the Intel Optane P900 has a much lower endurance, MTBF, enhanced power failure protection and the capability to change sector size along with very similar performance. I'm...
The SD Association just announced a new microSD standard that should dramatically speed up the flash memory cards. MicroSD Express, as they call it, uses a single lane of PCIe 3.1 and the NVMe 1.3 protocol to hit transfer speeds of up to 985MB/s. While your average consumer NVMe SSD eats far...
Microsoft has announced that its Lsv2-series Azure virtual machines (VM) are powered by AMD EPYC 7551 processors. The Lsv2-series features high throughput, low latency, and directly mapped local NVMe storage. The VMs are configurable from 8 to 80 vCPUs with simultaneous multi-threading. A 1.92TB...
1TB M.2 NVME Read/write 2K/1.7K
for $169.99 @Amazon
Not super fast but better than SATA and some M.2 I've seen. Found it on a random ad on a news...
Warm? Not sure how good the WD Black m.2 drives are but I'll give them a shot at this price and this level of claimed performance.
I'm in for 2 to try some m.2...