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Patriot P300 256GB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD - 1700/1100MB/s R/W - £31.93 // 512GB - £52.42 Delivered @ CConline 3 Year Warranty
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Patriot P300 256GB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD - 1700/1100MB/s R/W - £31.93 // 512GB - £52.42 Delivered @ CConline 3 Year Warranty

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Patriot P300 256GB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD - 1700/1100MB/s R/W - £31.93 // 512GB - £52.42 Delivered @ CConline 3 Year Warranty
Posted 2nd Sep 2020Edited by:"Brutes"

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3536448.jpgKey Features:
  • Up to 1700MB/s Read, 1100MB/s Write
  • 4K IOPS Read: 290000
  • 4K IOPS Write: 260000
  • Built with the latest PCIe 3 x 4 controller
  • 2280 m.2 PCIe NVMe Gen3 x 4 SSD
  • Thermal Throttling Technology
  • End-to-End Datapath Protection
  • Operating Temperature: 0~70°C
  • TBW: 80TB
  • SmartECC™
  • O/S Supported: Windows® 7*/8*/8.1/10
    (*May require driver)

Description

The P300 is Patriot’s next generation of mid-tier PCIe gen 3x4 NVMe SSD to hit the market, offering 25% higher transfer speeds and IOPs than standard PCIe 3x2 solutions. The compact m.2 form factor is designed for easy installation and will fit into any PC or laptop, while its low power consumption helps extend laptop battery life. The P300 is guaranteed to improve start-up, loading, and transfer times over traditional hard disk drives.

The P300’s advanced firmware offers ECC technology and end-to-end data path protection to ensure data integrity throughout the life to the drive. Advanced wear-leveling and thermal management features extend the life of the drive for maximum use.

Boost your computer’s performance with quicker application loading times for a better overall experience and productivity while transferring heavy workloads without the lag. Backed by our 3-year warranty, Patriot’s P300 delivers one of the most reliable price-to-performance SSD’s on the market.
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##Yes, it's not fastest NVMe
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Patriot P300 512GB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD
FEATURES

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  • Built with the latest PCIe 3 x 4 controller
  • 2280 m.2 PCIe NVMe Gen3 x 4 SSD
  • Up to 1700MB/s Read, 1200MB/s Write
  • Thermal Throttling Technology
  • End-to-End Datapath Protection
  • Operating Temperature: 0~70°C
  • TBW: 160TB
  • SmartECC™
  • O/S Supported: Windows® 7*/8*/8.1/10
    (*May require driver)
  • 3 Year Warranty

Product Datasheet (LINK)


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No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability having no DRAM
garrafk02/09/2020 21:09

No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability …No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability having no DRAM


But apparently less important on nvme drives I think I read?
I’m contemplating getting it for an os and apps drive
garrafk02/09/2020 21:09

No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability …No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability having no DRAM


I guess its priced accordingly at least.
Yes price is fine for what it is, my point was I would prefer to pay more for reliability. I also think these drives should be labeled because reliability is a big concern for most when it comes to data .
garrafk02/09/2020 21:09

No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability …No DRAM , not fussed by the speed issue but it is very bad for reliability having no DRAM


Only an issue if you are doing sustained reads and writes of large size eg 4k video editing, animation etc

DRAM makes little difference to 95% of users and is still much faster than a SATA SSD, even one with DRAM

If you want security, back up your data, there is no substitute
Edited by: "specsmccoy" 3rd Sep
How long would this take to boot win 10?
I did a pc build for my brother and noticed that these don't come with a screw or mount. Looking to get an nvme hdd but don't have the screw and mount that came with my motherboard. Any tips?
Is it possible to have an external Ssd drive. Just for backups / media / movies.

Think it be faster than a toshiba 4TB hard drive ?! It’s a new one works fine but guess I need something a little faster / smaller for portability.

I didn’t see any of these advertised as external Ssd / I did see enclosures for these ?

Do you still get decent speeds using an external holder ?

Any advice / recommendations would be much appreciated
BigStart08/09/2020 11:18

Is it possible to have an external Ssd drive. Just for backups / media / …Is it possible to have an external Ssd drive. Just for backups / media / movies. Think it be faster than a toshiba 4TB hard drive ?! It’s a new one works fine but guess I need something a little faster / smaller for portability.I didn’t see any of these advertised as external Ssd / I did see enclosures for these ?Do you still get decent speeds using an external holder ?Any advice / recommendations would be much appreciated


I recently tried NVME PCI-E M-Key Solid State Drive External Enclosure from Amazon, which Max. gave me roughly 500MB/s Write.
654321003/09/2020 13:26

How long would this take to boot win 10?


how long is a bit of string...
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