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Gigabyte AORUS Gen4 7000s 2TB NVMe (PCI-E 4.0 x4) - £199 @ Amazon

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I had no idea Gigabyte did NVMe's but here we go! Tempted to buy it myself but still using 2x 1TB 2.5" SSD's which are just for games. Do I waste £200 on a fast NVMe instead of WD Blue SSD's?

Thought I'd share as thought it was a great deal for 2TB at these speeds!
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  • Interface PCI-Express 4.0 x4, NVMe 1.4
  • Form Factor M.2 2280
  • Total Capacity 2000GB
  • NAND 3D TLC NAND Flash
  • External DDR Cache DDR4 2GB
  • Sequential Read speed Up to 7000 MB/s
  • Sequential Write speed Up to 6850 MB/s
  • Random Read IOPS up to 650k
  • Random Write IOPS up to 700k
  • Dimension 80.5 x 11.25 x 23.5 mm
  • Mean time between failure (MTBF) 1.6 million hours
  • Power Consumption (Active) Average: R : 7.6W, W : 8.4W
  • Power Consumption (Idle) <30mW
  • Temperature (Operating) 0°C to 70°C
  • Temperature (Storage) -40°C to 85°C

1. Limited 5-years or 1400TBW.
2. Limited warranty based on 5 years or 1400TBW, whichever comes first.
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    It's the one I use in my PS5 - As it comes with a nice heatsink and it's just about small enough to fit in the trap door.
    Hasn't missed a beat at all - and the PS5 benches it nice and quick.

    Just found the screen grab - PS5 benched it at 6657.339 MB/s.
    I know that isn't the most reliable bench - but everyone at the time was talking Samsung & Seagate, which was pulling in lower figures

    *Edit 2*
    Not that we NEED anything those speeds for the PS5 and it's still PS5 limited, but still - I consider this drive a much overlooked one. (edited)
    I've heard some people say it's faster than what's in the PS5.
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    It's in the middle performance wise for the Phison e18 drives. USes lower quality NAND. The KC3000 and Seagate 530 are both better for example.

    The SN850X deals are hard to beat right now. (edited)
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