- Oct 9, 2008
yes, if youre not playing the benchmark game theyll be just fine.1TB version is $110. How does it compare to the Intel 660P series? I know both are low end for NVMe drives but are they good enough for an OS drive compared to a typical SATA drive like the MX500 and Sandisk Ultra IIs?
This is not that hot right now given you can get a very good TLC drive for $129.99 (it's Microcenter, but it ships). You give up a ton of consistency and endurance to save $20, which is maybe justifiable if you are looking for a ton of capacity as read-only storage for e.g. games or archived video footage, but probably not worth it as an OS drive.
I'm done with SSDs I keep moving the stuff to a HDD once the game is no longer being played.
I have x3 1TB SSDs satas and x2 256 x1 500 gig.
Sure I would like them all to be 4TB SSDs but if they fail I'm really screwed.