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Posted 15 July 2023

Intel SSD 670P 1.0TB M.2 80MM PCIE 3.0 RET SPK, Solid State Drive

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Intel QLC technology and industry leadership brings the performance and capacity needed for today’s PC storage needs, including performance storage and the ability to manage high volumes of data. Now available is the Intel SSD 670p 144-layer QLC-based Client SSD.

  • Intel SSD 670p Series, 1.0TB, M.2 80mm PCIe 3.0 x4, 3D4, QLC
  • Compatible devices: Desktop; Memory storage capacity: 1000.0
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  1. deleted2919055's avatar
    Is this better than the Crucial P3 1TB for £34.98?
    Paul_S77's avatar
    UK PC Mag said this...

    "Our current Editors' Choice among PCI Express 3.0 SSDs is the Intel SSD 670p, which is also a QLC-based drive. The Crucial P3 outperformed the 670p in the PCMark 10 overall benchmark; it lacks the 670p's hardware-based encryption, but has a much lower cost per gigabyte. The Crucial steps into its place as an Editors' Choice winner as a budget PCIe 3.0 internal SSD."


    Intel SSD 670P has DRAM and encryption but is older. Cost per gigabyte is now pretty similar. (edited)
  2. BodisBest's avatar
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  3. richpriest's avatar
    Certainly getting toward the trigger point for me. I'm after one for an external enclosure for a holiday and if the 2tbs drop more I might have to bite.
    snowdog1971's avatar
    I've got 4 of them, you REALLY notice the difference in speed. It's pretty crazy.

    I'm waiting for the price of 4tb SSDs to come down to a sensible price. Won't be too long now I think.
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  5. waleedt4's avatar
    Is this this NVME?
    Ashe's avatar
    Yes. Not sure why Amazon page says SATA, it definitely isn't SATA. (edited)
  6. Paul_S77's avatar
    Great price, tuned for better app load times and general speed for what most average users do.

    But not good for heavy work loads such as 4K video editing.

    Otherwise great price now for Gen 3 drive with DRAM. Yeah it's QLC but it's tuned.

    Had it for one year, still 98% life left and been great in laptop as OS drive (edited)
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