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Posted 24 July 2023

Netac NV7000-t 2TB NVMe 1.4 Internal SSD M.2 PCIe 4.0 High Speeds With Voucher Sold by Netac Official Store FBA

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  • HIGHER SPEED : Up to 7300MB/s reading speed and 6700MB/s writing speed, 2-3 times faster than PCIe3.0 SSD, and more than 10 times faster than SATA protocol SSD, which can improve your work efficiency.
  • STABLE PERFORMANCE : Equipped with the advanced intelligent temperature control technology that can help maintain consistent performance.
  • ULTRA SIZE, BETTER EXPERIENCE : With single-sided PCBs, can easily be used for laptop and PS5 console expansion, greatly accelerating the startup process.
  • STORE MORE : Available in capacities of up to 2TB, providing a broad platform for file interaction, file copying, and game storage.
  • 100% after-sales service: We have a 5-year limited warranty.
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  1. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Just remember the -t version is DRAM-less.
    That said, it's still a very fast SSD and competes well with the best of them, hard to beat at this price. (edited)
    Mail's avatar
    Thanks pal. Wasn't sure what the -t meant. Appreciate it ^^
  2. vulcanproject's avatar
    It's DRAM-less but also probably the best DRAM-less drive around right now.

    It is very fast. I would say it's the best PS5 drive since it's the cheapest drive that exceeds Sony's stated speed requirements with some to spare.
  3. RukasuMi's avatar
    this or faxiang? faxing has lower read speeds but better tbw and is 10 pound cheaper
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Either would be fine, the lower sequential read speeds on the fanxiang don't matter much unless you're frequently copying large files from the drive.

    Both drives are manufactured by the same company (Biwin), so in reality there's little difference between them.
    They both have the same controller so not sure there would even be a real world difference in read speeds.

    Netac may be easier to deal with after the 1st year (which is dealt with by Amazon), but the fanxiang drives I've installed have all been fine.

    I can't find the exact details, but I think the Netac may use newer, better NAND, so it still may be worth the extra £10 (I've voided too many warranties taking drives apart to find out what components are used lately so not doing it again for a while, lol).

    Don't pay too much attention to TBW's, they are theoretical numbers and you'd struggle to reach the write limits on any TLC NAND SSD's. (edited)
  4. Mail's avatar
    From the official website (netac.com/pro…tml)

    Really good value SSD, not a lot of information on it so hopefully this helps for the SSD gurus. (edited)
    lukaszw's avatar
    I've got two of these, but with heat sinks. Cheap as chips and fast AF. (edited)
  5. sypher365's avatar
    In the Netac NV7000 series, there are two models, the NV7000-t and the NV7000 both with a DRAM cache on board. The NV7000-t offers a 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB model and can achieve up to 7300MB/s read and 6700MB/s write speeds. However, it does not come with an aluminum heatsink, as the NV7000 does.

  6. Neostar's avatar
    Just added some all important information about this SSD
  7. spammy's avatar
    Eurogamer suggests this drive comes with an adequate heatsink, but it doesn't seem like it.

    So given a heatsink is needed, is the nv7000 a better bet for heatsink and dram?

    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    May as well, it's a better drive even without the heatsink.
  8. MazUK's avatar
    I have a SFF Beelink pc. I'm looking for a 2tb nvme with dram. Beelink have said it takes a Gen 3 drive so about 3000/3500mb speed.
    Can anyone recommend a good/great deal for that drive. The drive will be used as the mian drive, and it will serve music and movies from that drive. May consider 4Tb if its less than £100 but havent seen any at that price. But a good 2tb with dram would be great.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    The NV7000 (version of this with DRAM) is only £82.50, best value 2TB at the moment.

    This gen3 ADATA is also a top performing drive -

    If you prefer the big brands, the Samsung 970 Evo Plus is always a decent option, but a little more expensive -

    Or gen4 big brand the Crucial P5 Plus (in case you ever want to move it to a gen4 system) -

    Personally, I'd go with the NV7000.

    The cheapest 4TB I'd use as the boot drive is the Lexar NM790 (DRAM-less but great performer) but they are back up to £180'ish at the moment. (edited)
  9. braddock71's avatar
    thanks OP - purchased for PS5
    Mail's avatar
    Very nice Enjoy!
  10. saucymonk's avatar
    Slow enough to work on Xbox?
  11. Mail's avatar
    This one. It's cheaper and faster.
  12. razp2's avatar
    Anyone use it for ps5? How good is it?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    I see no reason it wouldn't be great in the PS5.
    Easily meets the recommneded speeds and they are pretty reliable.
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