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Crucial P3 2TB M.2 PCIe Gen3 NVMe Internal SSD - Up to 3500MB/s - £109.48 @ Amazon

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Decent price for a decent drive. Has got it's limitations due to lack of DRAM and QLC memory, but for 99% of home users it is an excelent drive. Great for laptops as it has got very low power consuption and temperatures. No, it won't work with PS5

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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
  • Note : Check the type of M.2 port present on the motherboard, insert the ssd in the port, check well. Always remember to turn the power to “O” before doing anything.
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    Please, please...can people stop posting deals for awful Crucial QLC NAND SSD's?
    Horrible endurance and reliability...

    The WD SN570 (TLC NAND) pops up fairly frequently for £115, and there must be other TLC options around for this price or not a lot more?
    If you don't want to wait for another TLC drive to drop to this price, spend a little more one now, or save for one and hope they drop before to buy one.

    I'm speaking as the previous owner of 2 Crucial QLC NAND NVMe drives which both died in less than 18 Months with less than 100TBW on each...

    The fact these drives still get voted hot boggles the mind! (edited)
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    Some people don’t care
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    Noob question from me, but would this be good for using in an enclosure to be used as backup storage for photos and files? And how are these NVMEs better or worse than those regular SSDs?
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    Personally I’d say no. Only store important documents in the cloud.

    Even with a home server you cannot get around the possibility of a house fire or theft.
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    £109.49 on Ebuyer currently
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    Is this better than the Samsung 980 Pro?
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    Give over
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