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Intel 660p Series 1TB, M.2 SSD Single PackCapacity: 1TB
  • Form Factor: M.2
  • PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface
  • Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s
  • Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s


PCIe* Performance at an Affordable Price
Empowered by Intel’s innovative Intel® QLC Technology, the Intel® SSD 660p offers higher capacities at a lower cost than TLC-based options.1 With PCIe*, the new SSD 660p skips SATA and its limitations to offer up to 2TB in one drive.

Twice the Capacity in Identical Footprints

These client SSDs pack more data than TLC-based storage, allowing up to 2x more capacity in identical footprints. The thin M.2 80mm form factor makes it perfect for notebooks, desktops, and mobile devices that need storage for everyday computing.

Performance and Price That Matters

The SSD 660p hits the marks that matter for client SSDs. This drive is tuned to deliver a capacity optimized NVMe* performance and deliver an intelligent storage option for mainstream and entry-level computing.


Yes, it's QLC
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Looks a great deal
How does this compare to the Sabrent rocket that was £99 the other day and still only £30 more than this?

Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/…P2G
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QLC NAND, endurance rating: 200TB for a 1TB SSD drive!
Intel® SSD 660p Series (1.0TB, M.2 80mm PCIe* 3.0 x4, 3D2, QLC)

25nm NAND MLC 2000-3000x Writes
Samsung 64-layer 3D MLC V-NAND 1200x Writes (Samsung 970 PRO, not cheap)
TLC 3D NAND 500-750x Writes
QLC NAND 200x Writes

Decadence
Edited by: "deleted2258954" 19th Jul
deleted225895418/07/2019 23:43

QLC NAND, endurance rating: 200TB for a 1TB SSD drive! Intel® SSD …QLC NAND, endurance rating: 200TB for a 1TB SSD drive! Intel® SSD 660p Series (1.0TB, M.2 80mm PCIe* 3.0 x4, 3D2, QLC)25nm NAND MLC 2000-3000x WritesSamsung 64-layer 3D MLC V-NAND 1200x Writes (Samsung 970 PRO, not cheap)TLC 3D NAND 500-750x Writes QLC NAND 200x WritesDecadence


Does that mean you wouldn’t want to use this one to hold the OS?
Using this now with my new Ryzen system, much faster than my other SSD's that I have in my system.
goodluckje19/07/2019 06:55

Does that mean you wouldn’t want to use this one to hold the OS?



Working great with my OS, system boots in 12 seconds.
londonstinks19/07/2019 08:21

Working great with my OS, system boots in 12 seconds.


Yes it’s fast but will it not use up the read/write cycles quickly?
goodluckje19/07/2019 08:24

Yes it’s fast but will it not use up the read/write cycles quickly?


I'm quite a light user, just use the m2 for boot and gaming, I have other SSD's in my system that I put games on.

I reckon if you are a heavy user you may run into issues, not sure.

I believe they are specced at 200TBW according to tomshardware review, so 200 terabytes write. If I look at my stats for my main SSD that I've used for 4.5 years, Ive only written 23 TB so this intel m2 will last me a lifetime.
what I have read is that QLC is really meant for large storage drives that you don't write to oftern as there life span is not as good as MLC
england198218/07/2019 22:46

How does this compare to the Sabrent rocket that was £99 the other day and …How does this compare to the Sabrent rocket that was £99 the other day and still only £30 more than this?Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LGF54XR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_RHomDbNFC3P2G



Sabrent looks to be a better drive.
england198218/07/2019 22:46

How does this compare to the Sabrent rocket that was £99 the other day and …How does this compare to the Sabrent rocket that was £99 the other day and still only £30 more than this?Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LGF54XR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_RHomDbNFC3P2G


The Sabrent is a much faster drive both read and write 3500/3000, but depending what you use it for then the difference is minimal and mostly unnoticeable apart from maybe a second faster boot up times. average user wouldn't notice.
The main thing is the endurance and warranty I guess. Sabrent is 2 years warranty but if you register it directly with them then you get 5 years (dunno what their customer service is like though) and I think the endurance is around 600TBW but would have to check. The Intel is 5 years warranty and 200TBW endurance. I guess it comes down to branding a bit but overall the sabrent appears to be decent from what I've read. I don';t have personal experience though. If it goes back to £99 again I may just bite.

hope this helps
kitana819/07/2019 21:31

The Sabrent is a much faster drive both read and write 3500/3000, but …The Sabrent is a much faster drive both read and write 3500/3000, but depending what you use it for then the difference is minimal and mostly unnoticeable apart from maybe a second faster boot up times. average user wouldn't notice.The main thing is the endurance and warranty I guess. Sabrent is 2 years warranty but if you register it directly with them then you get 5 years (dunno what their customer service is like though) and I think the endurance is around 600TBW but would have to check. The Intel is 5 years warranty and 200TBW endurance. I guess it comes down to branding a bit but overall the sabrent appears to be decent from what I've read. I don';t have personal experience though. If it goes back to £99 again I may just bite.hope this helps


Really helpful thank you. I’m going to use it as the main OS drive to replace the dell standard m.2 128gb, as I’ve already got a 2tb 2.5” SSD for games and media
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