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Posted 16 September 2023

Integral 128GB SSD NVME M.2 2280 PCIe Gen3x4 R-1800MB/s W-600MB/s TLC M1 Solid State Drive

£10.98£15.9831% off
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128GB M.2 SSD drive that fits straight into most b450 and above motherboards to my knowledge. Not sure about motherboards below b450 as I've never used one.

Perfect as a windows install for anyone on a strict/tight budget paired with a 500GB/1TB 7200RPM HDD

Also available at box.co.uk for 9.99 but delivery is 99p & it's used so unless you're already ordering from box for free delivery, it's not worth.

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  • REALLY FAST - Up to 1800MB/s READ, 600MB/s WRITE (Sequential Speed); Up to 110K I0PS READ, 151K I0PS WRITE (Random Speed)
  • LEVEL UP TO THE NEXT-GENERATION SSD - 4 times faster than SATA SSD, break through the limit
  • PREMIUM COMPUTING EXPERIENCE - Excellent loading times and responsiveness for enthusiast gamers, video editors, graphic designers and big data applications
  • INSTALL AND BOOT IN SECONDS - Fits into newer computer motherboard slots, MacBook and laptops that support M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 connection
  • EXTREMELY SMALL AND SLEEK - Perfect for all customised gaming builds

Up to 1800MB/s READ, 600MB/s WRITE (Sequential Speed); Up to 110K I0PS READ, 151K I0PS WRITE (Random Speed)

Boot up and load games quicker, reduce hitching by pulling data from your SSD faster Get productive

Graphics Load, edit and save your projects faster

Video Optimise digital film recording, live broadcast, video editing, colour correction and visual effects

Big Data Transfer, manipulate and save data more efficiently

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  1. Somersett's avatar
    Your NVMe slot is valuable- VERY valuable. Don't waste it with a pathetic memory amount- and remember, flash starts to deteriorate in speed when it gets near full.

    1TB should be a minimum given the flash price crash. 2TB is perhaps the sweet spot, unless every pound matters. 128GB is for specialist use where the computer runs but a single application (security, steaming, NAS etc), but even there the 'saving' will almost surely end up short-sighted. (edited)
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Not everyone needs a lot of storage.
    The laptop I'm on right now is just used for surfing, streaming, shopping, etc.
    Installed a 256GB SSD and only 64GB is used.

    There's no point in some people spending more on a drive when they may never use the extra space.
  2. JRA's avatar
    Ok for Synology 923+?
  3. aLV426's avatar
    Wow - hopefully others will follow! Heat added, thanks for sharing.
  4. doof3r's avatar
    They'll be paying *US* to take m.2 Drives soon.
  5. fablanta's avatar
    My current Windows 10 setup (with games, temp files, and documents all on a different drive) is 124 GB so this may not be big enough for all Windows installations.
    TCMoneyy's avatar
    I've never personally had an issue installing Windows 10 on M.2s with 120GBs. Always had about 100GB left to use after installation.
  6. arkleseizure's avatar
    FWIW Ebay listing 204414876002 has used wiped m2 128gb 3 for £14 , I got Sandisk x600, but YMMV. (when I bought them it was BOGOF for £7). (edited)
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