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Price / GB
- 16 points
- 9 days ago
from completed build B450 + 3700X = <3
Installed on pcie 2.0 x2 slot . ~ 800MB/s . Still better than sata for the same price.
- 9 points
- 16 days ago
from completed build Tundratown
I was going to just buy a M.2-shaped drive that uses SATA, but found this one on sale. I wanted the M.2 form factor to make the wiring in my PC simpler.
As you'd expect from an SSD, it's fast. Is the upgrade from SATA speeds to NVMe speeds noticeable or worth it? I don't think I'd be able to tell.
Also, keep in mind that this model is DRAMless, so the performance may be worse compared to a model with DRAM. See the Anandtech article if this matters to you.
- 6 points
- 7 days ago
from completed build The Very Overbuilt Family PC
Entry-level NVMe drives available at SATA-level prices means you can't really go wrong with this drive. I do wish it was offered in larger capacities, but if all you need is 500GB, then this is likely the best entry-level SSD you can get. Also comes with WD's awesome SSD software that makes it easy to monitor the health of the drive.