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Integral M Series 512GB NVMe M.2 Internal SSD - Amazon - £57.16
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Integral M Series 512GB NVMe M.2 Internal SSD - Amazon - £57.16

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Posted 16th Mar

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This is the 512GB version.
Was around £72 early when I looked, suddenly found price dropped to £57.16, not bad for 512GB version.

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  • REALLY FAST - Up to 2000MB/s READ, 1600MB/s WRITE (Sequential Speed); Up to 188K I0PS READ, 156K 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
  • RELIABLE AND DURABLE - built using premium quality components
  • M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen 3x4 Interface for maximum bandwidth

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34 Comments
I think this is TLC and DRAM-less for those interested in such things.
PeacePipe16/03/2020 22:04

I think this is TLC and DRAM-less for those interested in such things.


Is it?? Oh man... I forgot to check that... will cancel it now
Hello_Goodbye16/03/2020 23:21

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Prone to damaging your USB ports, I'd rather have it dangling off a cable.
siliconbits17/03/2020 00:00

Prone to damaging your USB ports, I'd rather have it dangling off a cable.


Is the ASUs nvme case any good ?
One word. Fulcrum.
siliconbits17/03/2020 13:16

One word. Fulcrum.


For a second there I though you were offering the usual "don't buy this, the next cheaper faster tech ssd will available next week etc..." then snap it made sense. 😁
Hello_Goodbye17/03/2020 12:27

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A cable won’t decrease the speed unless it’s pretty long or not built to the proper spec.
Hello_Goodbye18/03/2020 08:41

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It doesn’t require thunderbolt... usb 3.2 spec is more than fine. Also I don’t think anyone was suggesting a meter long cable, just enough so that you’d be able to plug it in without a unwieldily mass sticking out the side of a device
Hello_Goodbye16/03/2020 23:21

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The image in your post does not match the one displayed at the link in your post.

The image I think is from a device incompatible with the OP...link device looks fine tho
Chrrye20/03/2020 00:54

The image in your post does not match the one displayed at the link in …The image in your post does not match the one displayed at the link in your post.The image I think is from a device incompatible with the OP...link device looks fine tho


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Appears same to me when I click.
Am I missing something?
Thanks
Can't wait for every single post of an M2 SSD at the end of the year to ask will this work in the PS5.
I have a 128GB M.2 in my laptop and want to upgrade it to a 512GB. How would I go about copying/cloning Windows and everything else currently on my 128GB drive? I've Googled how to do it however I don't have two M.2 ports and when I searched I couldn't find any enclosures for M.2 drives like I had found for my SATA SSD previously. Are enclosures available? Any help would be appreciated
I already have SSD on my PC where I have Windows and other program as my main drivers. I need a huge amount of storages (few Tera Bytes), so for data I have been using external HDD.

Is it still possible to have this Internal SSD (in addition to my existing SSD) just to improve the PC performance (not for storage)?
Hunting for PCIe 4.0 M2 for PS5’s upgrade. Gonna have to wait longer.
kyeung20/03/2020 07:02

[Image] Appears same to me when I click. Am I missing something?Thanks


Your OP is fine OP.

I was alerting the other user about the picture in their post not matching the picture at the link in their post (image in their post is for a sata SSD adapter, link in their post is for a pcie nvme SSD adapter).
asif03120/03/2020 07:44

I have a 128GB M.2 in my laptop and want to upgrade it to a 512GB. How …I have a 128GB M.2 in my laptop and want to upgrade it to a 512GB. How would I go about copying/cloning Windows and everything else currently on my 128GB drive? I've Googled how to do it however I don't have two M.2 ports and when I searched I couldn't find any enclosures for M.2 drives like I had found for my SATA SSD previously. Are enclosures available? Any help would be appreciated


Hi I think you would
boot an OS (a minimal one for recovery/drive cloning) off a usb,
use it to make a image of the current windows (onto the usb or a usb hard drive),
(shutdown &) change the m2,
boot off the usb again,
write the image to the new m2,
(shutdown &) restart, booting off the m2,
Check disk & SFC ensuring Windows is functioning as expected,
Expand the partition on new m2 to make use of the additional capacity,
Check disk & SFC (again).

I recommend for much less hassle (beyond reinstalling some programs) and a cleaner install -
Copy your files, bookmarks to a normal usb/cloud location, making note of your key programs (from current m2)
Make a bootable windows of your current windows version (prob x64 1909)
(shutdown &) change the m2,
Boot off the usb you made and reinstall windows fresh to the new m2,
Reinstall programs
Fetch your files from your stash
pantaiema20/03/2020 08:33

I already have SSD on my PC where I have Windows and other program as my …I already have SSD on my PC where I have Windows and other program as my main drivers. I need a huge amount of storages (few Tera Bytes), so for data I have been using external HDD. Is it still possible to have this Internal SSD (in addition to my existing SSD) just to improve the PC performance (not for storage)?


You can RAID SSD for performance (eg they will 'mirror' files so pc can go to both for notional double speed).

Note generally the 2 drives will want to be the same (architecture, size, brand) but check that out versus what you have now.

enterprisestorageforum.com/sto…tml
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Hello_Goodbye16/03/2020 23:21

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With that kind of leverage on them ports that's not gonna last long in the real world!
Better to look for an enclosure that comes with a socket and USB3 lead imho
is anyone able to still get this for the above price? trying to work out if im being thick!
I got a similar drive that's faster than this for £45 last year.
Lounds20/03/2020 10:58

I got a similar drive that's faster than this for £45 last year.


can you send me the time machine please? thanks
Even though it had expired I managed to order one just about 10 minutes ago. Now they're unavailable as it says amazon encountered problem. Thanks for the deal OP
available to order at the moment at this price (£57.16)
"In stock on April 2, 2020"
Appears Amazon has got more stock again:
"Back-ordered. Due in stock April 2 -- order now to reserve yours"
Chrrye20/03/2020 09:10

You can RAID SSD for performance (eg they will 'mirror' files so pc can go …You can RAID SSD for performance (eg they will 'mirror' files so pc can go to both for notional double speed).Note generally the 2 drives will want to be the same (architecture, size, brand) but check that out versus what you have now.https://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/storage-hardware/ssd-raid.html[Image]


That’s raid 0 which is usually advised against, if one drive goes you lose all your data.
5 week delivery
In stock today for Sunday delivery (5th April 2020)
Back in stock
PeacePipe16/03/2020 22:04

I think this is TLC and DRAM-less for those interested in such things.


how can you tell
Would this make a noticeable speed upgrade over a four year old Samsung Evo 840 Ssd? Currently building a new PC.
mario99925/04/2020 22:11

Would this make a noticeable speed upgrade over a four year old Samsung …Would this make a noticeable speed upgrade over a four year old Samsung Evo 840 Ssd? Currently building a new PC.



In most cases no. It's mostly if you're handling large file 4k content where these shine. The older drives with fewer layers of 'memory' are in fact more reliable than the newer 3d nand chips. The newer ones are only better in terms of capacity. Otherwise for gaming and boot times they are mostly the same.
aruf26/04/2020 04:03

In most cases no. It's mostly if you're handling large file 4k content …In most cases no. It's mostly if you're handling large file 4k content where these shine. The older drives with fewer layers of 'memory' are in fact more reliable than the newer 3d nand chips. The newer ones are only better in terms of capacity. Otherwise for gaming and boot times they are mostly the same.


In mainly Web browsing, watching Netflix, stuff like that, so no real benefic for me. Saved me a few quid. Thanks.
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