Just a heads up that this is a QLC design and that means potentially less endurance than MLC/TLC designs but still amazingly fast is your setup can take advantage of it.
The crazy part is these are cheaper than 2TB traditional (much slower) SATA SSD drives ...
I'm assuming a gaming machine would be a perfect "workload" for one of these, not a ton of LARGE write operations except when installing a large game. Also, how full before the performance starts to drop/SLC cache starts getting used to permanently store data?
I always wondered about this too. I thought it was always a old thing where if your storage got critically low then your overall computer performance would go down too... same theory with Android phones. I just wonder if performance does decrease then at what point does that happen... like it there a ratio or percentage one should not fall below?
You won't notice a decrease in performance with your requirements.I purchased this and now reviewing the tech and limitations to it. So I wonder if it would be bad for a System drive combined with DropBox, where I often save 200mb-3gb design files? Not sure how often Dropbox my alter the data.
After software and files, can imagine the drive being filled 600+ Gb. Might install games to a WD 1TB Green SSD that came with my system.