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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £104.99 at Amazon
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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £104.99 at Amazon

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This seems like a really good price for an m.2 NVME SSD.

I’ve only seen SATA M.2 at this price.
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Is this TLC or QLC?
gangstarrrr22/03/2020 11:39

Is this TLC or QLC?


Its a TLC drive with some SLC cache. Plus for me.
Edited by: "ales197" 22nd Mar
Have some heat
will WD Black ever get to this price?
Good price, not great - was only £99.95 last month. I imagine it'll go down again, so worth waiting if you're not in a hurry.
Arold22/03/2020 12:04

Good price, not great - was only £99.95 last month. I imagine it'll go …Good price, not great - was only £99.95 last month. I imagine it'll go down again, so worth waiting if you're not in a hurry.


Could prices not go up with production slowing down
Hello_Goodbye22/03/2020 12:03

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To be fair ChormeBooks are built to a price, and performance level as most of the processing is done in the cloud. The downside is limited expansion ability compared to a more traditonal "full" computer.
Hello_Goodbye22/03/2020 13:04

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Which Patriot sata drive? The Scorch (512GB for about 33 quid) is an NVME drive, not seen a sata Patriot deal. It's only a 2-lane drive so half the speed of "better" NVME drives though.

I'm waiting for my Patriot Scorch too...
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Edited by: "Jupiter_gr" 22nd Mar
This was £101 2 days ago. Price is creeping back up
All NAND flash prices will rise. Possible difficult in logistics if not production, steep ramp in demand, especially supplying 30 million consoles a year. The time to buy most drives around Christmas, now we have seen about 10 percent increase. After that the time to buy is as soon as possible, potential for 40 percent increase in cost through 2020, although that's a fairly pessimistic scenario.
does anyone have theirs installed under the GPU? currently have intel 1tb one that sits away from gpu and cpu but with one slot showing in the manual for my Asrock mobo, not sure if thats ideal
Comparison of the 500GB version (sadly 1TB hasn’t been benchmarked so possibly not a fair comparison?) of this NVMe vs Crucial P1 1TB NVMe (currently just under £100 on Amazon) and the latter looks like the better buy and slightly faster.

ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com…339

amazon.co.uk/Cru…SWZ

Crucial P1 was posted on here a few weeks back for ~£91 from CCL Computers on eBay. Which was a very good buy imo.
Hello_Goodbye22/03/2020 14:38

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Maybe but Chrome books are built to a price point. They are not designed to be upgraded, but used for 3-5 years then replaced just like tablets or phones.

Even more expensive laptops can be designed not to be upgraded, MacBooks usually can’t be upgraded after purchase as everything is soldered to the logic board.

By soldering in componentS in it makes the device less likely to fail due to rough handling but that comes at the cost of limited to no upgrade up options
It looks it’s better than my P1 and 660. I bought the warehouse version which is £99.
lilbeastie22/03/2020 14:03

Which Patriot sata drive? The Scorch (512GB for about 33 quid) is an NVME …Which Patriot sata drive? The Scorch (512GB for about 33 quid) is an NVME drive, not seen a sata Patriot deal. It's only a 2-lane drive so half the speed of "better" NVME drives though.I'm waiting for my Patriot Scorch too...


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