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Posted 31 August 2023

Lexar NM610PRO 2TB SSD, NVME 1.4 PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Sold by Longsys Official Store

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Lexar NM610PRO 2TB SSD,
NVME 1.4 PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 Internal SSD,
Up to 3300MB/s Read, 2600MB/s Write,
3D NAND Flash Internal Solid State Drive for Laptop, Desktop Computer, PC

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  • Lexar internal SSD adopts the PCIe Gen3x4 NVMe 1.4 standard, with a read speed of up to 3300MB/s and a write speed of up to 2600MB/s, which is 6 times the speed of SATA based SSD. You will experience improved performance from startup, number of software loads, and transfers to maximize efficiency without the need for continuous speed down.
  • Unlike traditional hard disk drives, Lexar Internal Gaming SSD NM610PRO is built with 3D NAND flash inside and has no moving parts, so it’s less likely to fail. On top of that, it’s also shock and vibration resistant, making it one robust and reliable SSD.
  • Lexar Internal SSD NM610PRO is compatible with laptop, desktop, and gaming PC. Reduced power consumption and cooler operation make the battery life last longer than an HDD.
  • Lexar internal Solid StateProvide 500GB/1TB/2TB multiple mass storage solutions to provide sufficient space for your operating system, work software, entertainment games, video photos and other diverse data
  • Lexar product designs undergo extensive testing in the Lexar Quality Labs, facilities with more than 1,100 digital devices, to ensure performance, quality, compatibility, and reliability.
  • Limited 3-year product support for Lexar NM610PRO.

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  1. SteadiestShark's avatar
    Not sure about the quality of it, but 2tb for £60 is extremely good (edited)
    cpt_face's avatar
    Bought for 78 2 months ago, unfortunately failed within short usage. Same seller wasn't interested in tech support or replacement and forced a refund (without return of the goods), a resolution but I did want the product, hesitant to try the product or seller again.
  2. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    As there's a chance these have been switched to lower endurance QLC NAND (my back and forth with Lexar CS on this issue got me no answers), I'd go with similar priced TLC NAND drives instead -

    (has gone up to £70 since this post, it'll come back down soon enough)



    Having installed multiple drives from all 3 brands, I'd have no problem using them in the future. (edited)
    mini76's avatar
    If I put the Netec in an external enclosure. Will the heatsink provided be sufficient do you think ? (edited)
  3. Brutes's avatar
    Went down to as low as £56.xx , and 1TB was £27.xx

    Hold your horses 🐎🐎 as these will get even cheaper. (edited)
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Most of the big NAND producers have scaled back production, wouldn't expect prices to fall much like they have bee over the last few Months, in fact we've seen a few increases lately.

    The smaller/Chinese brands may still drop as I haven't seen any mention of YMTC scaling back production (why would they when they can dominate the market? lol). (edited)
  4. simon_woods's avatar
    Will this work in a ps5
    Mail's avatar
    No. This is a PCIe Gen3x4 SSD. You'll need to be looking at PCI Gen4x4.
  5. Dddd89's avatar
    You can buy an enclosure but you won’t get anywhere near the speed.
    However could be useful for cloning the drive and then installing it.
    could keep the old one as a spare
  6. mini76's avatar
    Will it work in an external enclosure on Xbox ?
    Rod_SmithmPK's avatar
    Xbox one and one x? Should work and be faster than the crappy 50Mb per sec internal. The usb 3 port is much faster.

    I used 480 usb drive with 130Mb reads on my series X and moved all my Xbox one games on it and couldn't tell much of a difference with it and the internal. (edited)
  7. Darthballs's avatar
  8. FRZ's avatar
    Are there any enclosures for a drive like this or am i better off just buying a external ssd?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Are there any enclosures for a drive like this

    Yep, but not cheap.

    Though it would be quicker as an external as you will not be limited to SATA speeds, enclosures start at £15'ish.
    Just not as tidy as having them internally. (edited)
  9. Minstadave's avatar
    2TB for £60
  10. matys88's avatar
    Im scared of buying SSD now, I know prices are a joke and this is what make me scared. I will buy today 2TB for £60 and next week it will be £19.99 plus £10 cashbck....
  11. Somersett's avatar
    Flash will continue to drop hard. Why? Because old tech flash (TLC) is actually often better for the average punter than the latest state-of-the-art flash dies. But the people making old tech flash can do it ever cheaper, since the tech is so bedded in.

    The best new stuff faces a terrible issue- the limited ability of punters to deploy it down to a lack of NVMe connectivity on the average MB. And the fact that PCIe 5 OBSOLETES fantastic once ultra high-end PCIe 4 NVMe drives, killing their desirability- hence their price.

    Why do you think vastly better NVMe flash is beating much worse SSD flash in cost per TB? It is cos SSD flash is much easier to deploy, and hence has higher demand despite much lower specs.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Because old tech flash (TLC)

    All new drives are still TLC, just the NAND has more layers.
    The 'newer' NAND is QLC, which we all know is awful with regards to endurance.

    And the fact that PCIe 5 OBSOLETES fantastic once ultra high-end PCIe 4 NVMe drives, killing their desirability- hence their price

    The only benefit of gen5 is the sequential speeds.
    Most people don't even need gen4 speeds, never mind gen5!
    People need to hold off on buying them, unless they REALLY need those sequential speeds.

    I just upgraded my video editing rig but I'm still not going gen5 until those prices come down. (edited)
  12. malhal's avatar
    No DRAM cache comment
  13. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    There is a question regarding whether Longsys switched to QLC NAND on these (they were TLC when released).

    I did try to get answer from Lexar but their CS is useless.
    Only way to find out os for someone to buy the drive and find out for themselves.
    I would do, but I've already voided the warranty on too many drives this year doing that, lol.
  14. slybunda's avatar
    Need 4tb for 120
    Dealmessiah's avatar
    4tb for £100 would do me.
  15. jameshothothot's avatar
    Wow I paid this for 1tb a year ago and thought was a steal!
    Kane_Thurley's avatar
    I paid £40 for 512gb and thought I got a banging deal
  16. aor5000's avatar
    Novice here. Will this Simply pop into my pc?
    aor5000's avatar
    HP 290 G3 SFF Desktop PC, Intel Core i5-10400 2.9GHz, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, this is my pc, they don't make it anymore
  17. noizzerx's avatar
    Private seller, hell no. returning this would be a catastrophic experience (edited)
    herrbz's avatar
    If it's dispatched from Amazon it's normally pretty simple no?
  18. B1T's avatar
    I have an old laptop with SATA HD, no m2 support.

    Is there an adaptor/case to convert this to SATA interfaceso that I could replace my laptop HD?

    Just future proofing - thinking that this memory could be re-usedin a future laptop upgrade.
    ElRobinio's avatar
    You can get a 2.5" SSD to replace the 2.5" hard disk in your laptop. Plenty available for around the same prices as these M.2 drives, eg:
  19. Dealmessiah's avatar
    Sub £50 and I'm biting.
    davidicus's avatar
    I'm looking for £30/TB which used to be the old standard for spinning rust.
  20. ik097's avatar
    Omg should I wait .. should I not wait
  21. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    How did this get 1000 degrees before expiring when there are a few better deals around that get MUCH less heat?
    This place.... (edited)
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