I have several older model SSD 's that are brand new, never been used and still sealed in their anti-static bag and was just wondering if there would be any issue with installing them into a couple new builds I'm planning. I was thinking about getting a couple of new M.2 NvMe drives since both systems support it. But since one machine will only be used for occasional light gaming and office apps, the other not used for gaming at all, and neither machine will be used for large file transfers. So rather than spend money on M.2 NvME drives, would I even notice a real-world difference when doing everyday computing tasks in Win10 with these older SSD's? System 1: ASRock DeskMini w/ i5-7500 - 8GB RAM - Intel HD Graphics 630 System 2: ASRock X370 PRO4 w/Ryzen 5 2600 and 16GB RAM GTX 1060 The old SSD's I have are: One (1) Crucial Micron M500 MTFDDAK960MAV-1AE12ABYY 960GB SATA 6Gbps 2.5-Inch Internal SSD Micron MLC NAND Flash memory https://www.anandtech.com/show/6884/crucial-micron-m500-review-960gb-480gb-240gb-120gb Two (2) Crucial M550 512GB SATA 2.5" 7mm Internal Solid State Drives - CT512M550SSD1 https://www.amazon.com/MODEL-Crucial-512GB-adapter-Internal/dp/B00IRRDHVW Two (2) Kingston SSDNow V300 Desktop/Notebook Drives: (can no longer seem to find them for sale in USA) one 240GB SSD (SV300S3B7A/240G) one 120GB SSD (SV300S3B7A/120G) Anyway, I know they're old tech but they've never been used and I doubt I'd get much for them on eBay. Anything wrong with using them in the new system builds described above?