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Posted 9 May 2023

Integral 1TB (1024GB) SSD NVME M.2 2280 PCIe Gen3x4 R-3450MB/s W-3200MB/s TLC M2 Solid State Drive £42.95 @ Amazon

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REALLY FAST - Up to 3450MB/s READ, 3200MB/s WRITE (Sequential Speed); Up to 290K I0PS READ, 280K 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



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  1. axolotl's avatar
    This SSD has TLC memory modules, no DRAM but SLC cache.
    Gort1951's avatar
    SLC RAM in both Flash Chip and Controller, no Chip exists without it.
  2. HalCapone's avatar
    Would this be A good drive for just dayily use?
    Would be putting in my MacBook 2014 to replace my Adata pro 250GB
  3. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    May be better off going for this Kioxia, TLC too but has DRAM cache for less money -

    Slightly slower sequential speeds (only useful for transferring large files), but having DRAM will mean it will maintain higher random r/w speeds than this Integral which is more important for most pople.
    General performance (OS, apps, games) is better thanks to the DRAM cache. (edited)
    Marcel's avatar
    Marcel Author
    DRAM cache doesn't help with sequential speeds. It will speed up random read and write speeds but will still be slower unless the drive is being hammered with multiple reads and writes simultaneously.
  4. tazzionator's avatar
    But it’s nice to see them coming down in price, more affordable
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