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i would buy the better Samsung 850/860 Evo`s not the flaky QVO types.
Might get this to replace my PS4 Pro drive.
shamus2122/02/2020 06:02

i would buy the better Samsung 850/860 Evo`s not the flaky QVO types.



For about £100 ?
This or Crucial CT1000P Nvme for £94.49?
shamus2122/02/2020 06:02

i would buy the better Samsung 850/860 Evo`s not the flaky QVO types.


I would too if it wasnt £35 more
Edited by: "Norseg" 22nd Feb
jbmnic22/02/2020 07:48

Might get this to replace my PS4 Pro drive.


SSDs don't do much to PS4s and 1Tb is the same as a standard drive so you'll be spending £90 for very little benefit.
whok184422/02/2020 08:09

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I was looking at that too do you think i should get that kr the NVMe posted recently for £95
Edited by: "Norseg" 22nd Feb
Norseg22/02/2020 08:13

I was looking at that too do you think i should get that kr the NVMe …I was looking at that too do you think i should get that kr the NVMe posted recently for £95


I personally would it's a newer model and even if your equipment might not be fast enough for 6Gb/a but even if it runs at half of that (hopefully will run much faster) still it will be 4 times faster. This is a 3D architecture which I assume it's faster internally to read sequence of data.
whok184422/02/2020 08:09

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That is completely wrong what you are suggesting btw.
Bought this for £69 last month from Amazon and replaced my HDD on 2010 iMac with this. It's working really nice and is fast.
jbmnic22/02/2020 07:48

Might get this to replace my PS4 Pro drive.


that would be waste of money and waste of SSD,the ancient hardware of PS4 Pro won't benefit that much at all from SSD compared to a computer.
Norseg22/02/2020 08:09

I would too if it wasnt £35 more


I think it's well worth the extra.
£90 for this seems too much considering how inferior it is vs EVO.
whok184422/02/2020 09:28

I personally would it's a newer model and even if your equipment might not …I personally would it's a newer model and even if your equipment might not be fast enough for 6Gb/a but even if it runs at half of that (hopefully will run much faster) still it will be 4 times faster. This is a 3D architecture which I assume it's faster internally to read sequence of data.


So the NVMe? Yeah I need one since my gaming pc has good parts and it still seems slow because harddrive, probably going to have to reinstall gpu and rewire a sata port for my other drive
Running out of storage now so I can justify it
jasee22/02/2020 08:07

For about £100 ?



The EVO version is £126 from Amazon at the moment.
jfhopkin22/02/2020 15:44

The EVO version is £126 from Amazon at the moment.



I found it cheaper elsewhere, but anyway it seems a lot more to pay
i have an old aspire v 15 nitro laptop that i couldn't let go off. it currently has a 500gb seagate st1000lm014 (hybrid sshd) installed in it but i want it to be a bit faster + have a bit more space. would this suit? is replacing basically plug and play? any advice would be much appreciated
koskesh22/02/2020 14:02

that would be waste of money and waste of SSD,the ancient hardware of PS4 …that would be waste of money and waste of SSD,the ancient hardware of PS4 Pro won't benefit that much at all from SSD compared to a computer.


Your sure about that then...
Get the evo version, it's worth paying the extra for longer life span.
£99 now
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