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Solid NVMe SSD with a great small mouse. Enjoy!
Goodness the price of storage is amazing these days. I'm tempted to go into a "back in my day…" story about storage and prices, but I'll just revel in the amazing price/speed/size combos we get these days!
Nah lets do it
When I became Accounting Manager (back in the day) they bought me a new HP PC. Cost for the PC was around $3750, and the hard drive was enormous - 40GB.
Where were you when they were handing out Amiga 1200's and their groundbreaking 40Mb harddrive?
"Back in my day" when 7200rpm hit $1 a GB, thought that was amazing.
My 200mb hard drive was the most amazing thing ever
I remember the good old days of going around the Swap Meets, jumper settings on motherboards, and when MSY first came up and was amazing! Dual speed cd writer was $2k and my mate bought one and killed about 8 of his first 10 disks with buffer underrun issues at $20 a disk. Awesome times…loved it!
I am biding my time waiting for the right 500GB - 1TB NVME deal, but one thing I can't work out is whether an NVME has DRAM. Generally someone in the comments section will mention this without prompting, which is nice, but I would like to be able to tell right off the bat. Can anyone assist?
Yes usually. Someone else can prove me wrong but I don't think I've seen anyone without cache.
There are some without cache, and you see their performance really suffer. There's also some that use SLC or MLC NAND as the cache, typically QLC drives.
Well I purchased this, hope I can put it in the TechFast recent budget gaming PC