Hello! Have a set sale for Intel 7700k paired with ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero and 64GB Geil Evo X 64GB 3000@15-17-17-35 DDR4 RAM. Also included is 4 NZXT Aer RGB 140mm fans with Hue+ controller, Thermalright True Spirit 140 Direct, and 2 Samsung 850 Pro 512GB with approximately 2.8TB written...
I started with 2 1TB Intel 670p NVMe drives when I built like 3 years ago, one boot, one extra space, then replaced the "storage" drive with a 2TB WD SN850X and installed a fresh copy of Windows 11 on it a year or so ago, since I wanted the boot drive to be fastest. No issues there, just went in...
So, I've been "out of the game" for quite a while. My last machine had just gotten a 120GB SSD (for $180!) before corporate/personal life kept me from spending time on The Hobby. So, forgive me if this is a know thing - I promise I did at least cursory Google/[H] searches before posting...
I have been offered both class 40 and 35 ssd and don't know which one to buy. However the class 40 come with a slight increase in price. My question is will class 40 ssd really add any performance above the class 35 ssd?
Hey all, I am new here and hope to be able to contribute the online help you are providing. However, I have to start with a question:
I am running Windows 10 Pro (64 bit) on a home built computer. I just bought a WD Blue SSD 2 TB drive.
First, I removed my existing 500 GB Samsung 860 EVO SSD...
Welcome to my review of the Kingston NV2 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD. I will be comparing it to my current SanDisk Ultra M.2 1TB NVMe 3D SSD drive using several benchmarks including ATTO Disk Benchmark, CrystalDiskMark Benchmark, AS SSD Benchmark, and Anvil's Storage Utilities benchmark. The results are...
I just got this marketing email blast from SuperMicro telling the world they are selling Enteprise SSD's
What stood out to me is that they are calling these "Enterprise Drives", but every last one of them is TLC.
Is that really what is being used in Enterprise applications these days...
Yes its a QLC drive. Yes it will tank some on sustained writes and so on. However as a storage drive or game drive these work really well and are reliable. I have a couple of the 1tb versions as OS drives and Steam drives on family PCs and no one whines about things being slow.
On Corsair's webpage for the forthcoming AMD AM5 processors, they published a chart teasing a new SSD model called the MP700 that supports four lanes of PCI-E Gen5 and claims up to 10GB/s of sequential read speed. For comparison, the Samsung 980 Pro Gen 4 SSD shows up to 7GB/s sequential burst...
Motherboard: MSI Z87-G45
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4690 CPU @ 3.50GHz
SSD: 2.5″ Kingston A400 240GB
System Information says my Bios Mode is Legacy.
Bios mode options: UEFI or Legacy + UEFI
I selected Legacy + UEFI
Sata Mode options: IDE or AHCI or Raid
I selected AHCI
The SSD is...
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Update: Paypal G&S Fee's will be added on to final cost. I'm using https://thefeecalculator.com/ (trying to abide with new 1099-K rules).
Update: Added Bits power 7/16th x 5/8th 90 degree rotary fittings (4 used, 1 new in bag), two 90...
Getting rid of some stuff, prices are shipped.
Heat in sig I take paypal or google pay. thanks!
1) Apple Space Gray Magic Keyboard (non-biometric) - $50 has original box but no lightning cable
2) Lone Gunmen (X files spinoff) DVD Box set - $25
3) Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Mouse - $25 comes...
I have a system running:
Asus X99 Deluxe II
128GB (4x32) DDR4
2x Sabrent Rocket 2TB NVME SSDs
GeForce GTX 1070
PCIe Sound Card (not sure the model off-hand)
I recently moved from two SATA SSDs to the two Sabrent SSDs. The boot ("C:") drive is running in the built-in M.2...
So, I have a dell XPS 9510 laptop (i7-11800H, 32GB DDR4-3200, RTX 3050, Win10 Enterprise, for reference). From the factory it came with a 512GB Micron 2300 PCIe 3.0x4 SSD. However, the laptop actually supports PCIe 4.0, so I got a Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 1TB to replace the OEM Micron drive.
I'm new here so apologies if I don't know exactly where to post this or what the format is for asking help, I assume the SSD category is proper.
I'm having a problem with one of my SSDs, the random read speed is horrendous, causing me to have 38 hour backups for just ~1 TB of data...
Newegg has the Western Digital SN850 1TB PCI-E4x4 on sale for $164.99 - $15 instant rebate = $149.99. :happy:
According to PCPartPicker this is the lowest price this drive has been, and is one of the better PCI-E 4x4 drives out there.
Alright, so I purchased a Samsung 980 Pro 1tb M.2 NVME SSD for my existing system, and want to make it the drive for my OS because my current SSD is almost 10 years old. I currently have an M4 Crucial 256gb SSD with windows 10 installed, and two Seagate HDDs for file storage and programs that...
I had two mac computers ; one macbook pro 17'' and one mac mini 4,1.
I decided to remove the ssd from my macbook (which was bearly running anymore) to my mac mini in order to impove my mac mini's perfomances.
I followed instructions to do so through a tutorial, and successfully installed...
Garuda linux here (arc based)
I have been reinstalling various versions of Garuda to land on one I like so lots of redoing things.
When i gparted my 2nd and 3rd SSD's in the system, It only mounts it with read only permissions with root as the owner.
Is this something I will...
I need a 2TB NVMe SSD to replace my main drive. I'd like it to have a high probability of lasting at least 5 years. Mostly business use, some gaming but nothing serious where the speed difference matters. Occasionally copying large files of about 5GB between drives, but waiting an extra few...
I'm still downsizing and never really played the XBOX, purchased on 12/27/13 from Newegg, so listing for sale. Maybe used 10-25 times total, with updates just being applied last week.
Xbox One 500GB with Kinect + 2 Xbox controllers + 1 PC controller + Games
Adata up to their old tricks again by swapping in SKHynix NAND, reducing performance by approximately 23%. I dislike when companies do this yet realize they cannot always get the same components. In this particular case there was no warning ahead of time nor labels to differentiate changes...
So from tests, it seems most games load about the same speed from the SSD as they do from NVME with small differences and both much better than HDDs.
So I figured I could get a 4TB SSD for a lower price than NVME to fill the one SATA port I still have available and move most of my slow...
I've got brand new1x Galaxy Book S in box (I removed the Verizon SIM card).
*As always I'll include a gift!
1x Galaxy Book S (Verizon) 256GB
*As always I'll include a gift!
PM for details
Is there any reason why a i9-9900k is running so slow? I bought it used from eBay and my work computer that has a Ryzen 7 2700x is running much smoother than it. All the benchmarks tell me that it is a fantastic machine, but everything that I do on it is sluggish including opening Photoshop...
Laptop is in great shape and it works the same as the first day I opened it. It has been lightly used since I game on a desktop mostly. It hasn't been opened up for anything.
Intel I7 7700HQ
GTX 1060 6GB
256GB SSD+ 1TB HDD
Asking 700 Shipped
Also selling an Xbox one X $340 with External 1TB...
Just saw a video mentioning this article, so we might see SSD and other flash product prices drop a bit in the next few months.
The stockpiling from earlier this year apparently brought down the overall fab wafer price in the second half of this year as well, so we might see drops in other areas...
I am interested to buy an SSD for my server to do web hosting. I want something they won't fail quickly. I heard that an SLC SSD is made to say longer. But when I look at what do enterprise use, I realize they don't use SLC but enterprise TLC SSDs. TLC is usually cheaper than SLC, but...
by Billy Tallis on August 13, 2020 9:10 AM EST
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Hello, everyone, im new here
i have a certain concern about my SSD drive
my laptop is HP Omen 15 came with SSD Toshiba KXG60ZNV512G preinstalled
laptop is currently around 7 months old, and after installing CrystalDiskInfo a few months ago, ive noticed that my SSD health is dropping fast for...