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Posted 21 March 2023

Kingston NV2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD 1000G M.2 2280 -SNV2S/1000G £41.48 @ Amazon

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Kingston’s NV2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD is a substantial next-gen storage solution powered by a Gen 4x4 NVMe controller. NV2 delivers read/write speeds up to 3,500/2,800MB/s¹ with lower power requirements and lower heat to help optimize your system’s performance and deliver value without sacrifice. The compact single-sided M.2 2280 (22x80mm) design expands storage up to 2TB² while saving space for other components, making NV2 ideal for thinner notebooks, small form factor (SFF) systems, and DIY motherboards.

Available in capacities from 250GB – 2TB² to give you all the space you need for applications, documents, photos, videos, and more.

  • Gen 4x4 NVMe PCIe performance
  • Ideal for Laptops & Small Form Factor PCs
  • Capacities up to 2TB²
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  1. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    The TPU review is based on the drive being TLC NAND (which it was on release).
    Toms is based on the fact Kingston switched to less durable QLC NAND to improve profits (without making it known or even changing the product code).

    Some people might still get a TLC drive if they buy from somewhere that has old stock, but that's unlikely. (edited)
  2. MentalFloss's avatar
    Can anyone recommend a cheap heatsink to use with this to use in a PS5?
    Carlos_Carlitos's avatar
    I think this drive doesn't meet the minimum speeds required for the PS5 , I went with a Samsung 980 pro for my ps5 had it for about 1 year no problems (edited)
  3. Henno's avatar
    Can this be used to upgrade the steam deck
    Soulie86's avatar
    You need a 2230 drive for that
  4. bilalbilal's avatar
    How does this Kingston one compare to the following - anyone can help?…936
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Both less durable QLC NAND, both DRAM-less, so wouldn't bother with either.

    Get this Kioxia instead, TLC NAND and has DRAM cache -…446
  5. SN46's avatar
    Great deal, NVME's are getting so cheap
  6. Carlos_Carlitos's avatar
    What's better for os drive this or kioxia nvme 1tb?
    ukflyboy's avatar
    Depends which Kioxia and which system it is going in to.
  7. Cymrodan's avatar
    I never quite grasp the difference between all the different NVMe M2s, other than PCIe4. Looking to grab a PCIi4 one for my PC, but find hard to choose one as loads come up and a range of prices.
  8. 7n4j0mY's avatar
    That's one will be working if my motherboard working with PCIe 3.0?

    Soon I want upgrade my motherboard so I think that is good reason to bay that one.
    deathtrap3000's avatar
    It will be backwards compatible but the speeds are gen 3 anyway so if you're buying hoping to get better performance when you upgrade then this drive won't do that.
  9. Qix_'s avatar
    Price is now £38.39
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Still much better off spending an extra £5 on this (non-PS5 owners that is) -…h=1 (edited)
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