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Crucial P3 1TB M.2 PCIe Gen3 NVMe Internal SSD - Up to 3500MB/s - CT1000P3SSD8 £60.99 @ Amazon

£60.99£86.5830% off
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NVMe (PCIe Gen3 x4) technology with up to 3500MB/s sequential reads, random read/write 650K/700K IOPS
Spacious storage up to 4TB
Performs up to 45% better than the previous generation
Solid Gen3 performance
Rated at MTTF greater than 1.5 million hours for extended longevity and reliability
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  • Speed:
  • Sequential read/write speeds up to 3500/3000MB/s1
  • Generation:
  • PCIe 3.0 NVMe™ technology
  • Innovation:
  • Micron® Advanced 3D NAND and innovative controller technology
  • Warranty:
  • 5-Year limited6
  • Form Factor:
  • M.2 (2280)

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    Spend £5 more and get a TLC flash based drive, you'll thank me later.
    I learned the hard way about Crucial QLC drives (2 failed long before their TBW, and performance wasn't great either).

    Go for this instead -

    My deal for a Kioxia 1TB TLC based NVMe SSD didn't even get close to this kind of heat, this place makes me laugh sometimes. (edited)
    it's happened with me many time as well,Heat is only for special persons not for us
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    Surely its better to buy the gen 4 version for £11 more near double the speed.
    It depends what you need that drive for, for laptop use that P3 might be better, as it has got very low power consumption and low operating temperature. When still providing plenty of performance for an average user. (edited)
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    Looks like a good deal
    Just a question if anyone knows

    My pcie slot on motherboard is just behind the GPU covered over it
    I hear if I put pcie drive here I should get heatsink that true?
    If the M.2 you’re looking at is Gen 3 you should be fine without a heatsink.. but Gen 4 ones run quite a bit hotter so I’d probably recommend a heatsink so you don’t see thermal throttling.

    As mentioned above - most motherboards do come with them so you might not need to purchase separately. (edited)
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    Would an NVME with an enclosure running on usb 3 be faster than an equivalent SSD with enclosure on usb?

    I've used a Crucial P2 500GB Nvme drive via USB adapter (around £10 from Aliexpress) plugged into USB 3.0 port, and got speeds of 1200/1000.
    That was a lot faster than what was expecting!
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    How is this hot as a QLC when the Samsung 980 1TB is £68?
    Just don't bother with QLC unless it is astronomically cheaper
    I agree, this is a strange place sometimes.
    There is a WD TLC drive for £4 more, and the £55 Kioxia TLC SSD deal I posted recently struggled to get close to 300 degrees, lol.
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    I'm thinking of buying this with this Enclosure or even Sabrenet? Will it work? Thanks. (edited)
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    Has anyone received theirs I ordered the 3 plus version just got box with screw and manual they sent replacement and same thing ☹️
    That seems a bit odd...
    I did warn people not to buy these drives, but for a completely different reason!