This is not a high performance SSD, but it will be great as a secondary drive for steam library, that sort of thing.
Here's the only in depth review I have found. Use Chrome to auto translate it from Russian and its fairly readable still: https://3dnews.ru/995006/page-2.html
It's perfectly fine with regular user (i.e. simple) type of workloads e.g. Game loading. And generally performs better than QLC drives in a similar price bracket e.g. Intel 660p. Max speed of 2100MB/s read / 1600MB/s write
If you're budget conscious and wanting 1TB of NVMe read speeds for gaming, this is def one to consider for $129! At $129 it's about right IMO, but it has a limited use case. Write speeds suffer when writing HUGE chunks of files once the SLC fills up (thats not unique to this drive though) e.g. 50GB+ but that's a very niche use case most consumers don't require. Do not get this SSD for video editing and heavy disk workloads. Even if you use this as c:\ i doubt you'd see any noticeable difference in boot times etc with any other pricier SSD.
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