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Posted 23 May 2023

2TB - fanxiang S500 Pro NVMe SSD M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 2280 SLC Cache 3D NAND TLC, Up to 3500MB/s - 64.58 With Voucher Sold by LDCEMS @ Amazon

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fanxiang S500 Pro 2TB NVMe SSD M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 2280 Internal Solid State Drive, Graphene Cooling Sticker, SLC Cache 3D NAND TLC, Up To 3500MB/s, Compatible with Laptop and PC Desktops(Black)

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  • EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE】: Fanxiang S500 Pro M.2 SSD adds graphene heat dissipation stickers to provide effective heat dissipation control for internal ssd, improve its performance and service life, up to 1280TBW (TeraBytes Written)
  • HIGH-SPEED TRANSMISSION】: Accelerate the reading and writing performance of solid-state hard drives through intelligent SLC cache technology, up to 3500/3000MB/s, greatly improving the speed of booting, program opening, game loading, file saving and transmission, etc
  • Preferred Chip】: Fanxiang S500 Pro ssd NVMe uses 3D NAND technology and high-quality TLC particles, which further improves product life and stability. There is no internal mechanical mechanism, good shock resistance, and high data security
  • WIDELY COMPATIBLE】: Internal SSD is compatible with Windows7, 8, 10, 11, Mac OS10.9, and later. Compatible with laptops, desktops, and all-in-one computers (computer motherboard must be equipped with M.2 interface)
  • LONG SERVICE】: Fanxiang is committed to providing high-quality products to global business partners, providing a 3-year warranty service (installation screws and screwdrivers are included in the product package)
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  1. ashyt16turbo's avatar
    Don't knock all Chinese goods, sometimes they can do quality at good prices especially if they're trying to build a name in the market and it keeps the well known brands on their toes and keeps their prices tame.

    Look at Xiaomi for example, now a major player in the mobile tech world have been providing high spec quality devices at decent price levels for years. (edited)
    George_Roberts's avatar
    Xiaomi phone software is atrocious though
  2. mccririck's avatar
    Soon these will be £50 at this rate.
  3. Gozman's avatar
    random chinese hardware. I guess if you only put games on it youre good.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    It's a legit company that have been around a few years now...

    Do you suggest no one ever buys products from newer companies?
    Guess you don't want any brand competition in the future and want to pay more.
  4. jameshothothot's avatar
    Anyone got this yet and testing it out? I just got a new pc with intel. So wondering whether to get a 3-4TB HDD from CEX / Ebay for £30-40 and cache with an SSD. That's what I currently do with my AMD rig using storemi. But intel doesn't have it so have to buy primocache or velossd which are both $30. Decisions decisions...
    vornstar13's avatar
    Mine arrived the other day. Using it for games only with my OS on a Sabrent drive. Seems fine so far.
  5. mccririck's avatar
    Here's a test of an SSD from the same brand:

    fishmaster's avatar
    Speed on a budget now there's a life goal to live by.
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  7. Sleepy1968's avatar
    Amazing deal on the face of it but I just don't have any confidence in an unknown brand with no real world reviews to back up the specs. If I could be sure of longevity and TBW figures, I'd be all over this.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    It's not an unknown brand, they've been around for a few years are there are plenty of reviews on various drives all over the place.
    It was the same with Netac not so long ago, they've also proven to be a decent brand.
  8. KlausVonCarpetbagger's avatar
    seems ridiculously cheap, is it just because it's no-name? brand names really don't bother me at all so if it works , then I'm interested. But i'd like to hear if anyone has one or not.
    Brutes's avatar
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    I think there was a post where people bought.. it has a name and if you type in you will find the thread.
  9. Jean54's avatar
    Thanks OP, is the one with fake storage capacity?
    ronray's avatar
    I'd certainly want to run some thorough tests on it to make sure it really is 2TB.
  10. Rumcajs_9's avatar
    Its got some noname chinese controller, on top of that I'm pretty sure you would have to send it back to China if you have got any problems. Click on the seller and look at the address.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Dispatched by Amazon, so the first year at least you would only have to return it to them.
    If a drive is going to fail due to a manufacturing fault/bad components, in most cases it will be less than a year.

    Also, the controller is made by MaxioTech and they are definitely not 'unknown', they are one of biggest controller manufacturers in China.
    Pretty sure they are a subsidiary of TSMC. (edited)
  11. PsychoSonny's avatar
    Do yourself a favour and just spend the extra £35 on this hotukdeals.com/dea…518

    That way you will at least be able to sleep at night without the thought of it dying on you and it will no doubt be much faster too
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Last year I installed a WD SN850, died in less than a day.

    fanxiang are a legit company that makes decent drives, they're just a much younger company.
    It wasn't that long ago when people said the same about Netac, and they're doing pretty well now.
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