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[Back Order] Gigabyte AORUS NVMe Gen4 M.2 1TB SSD $246.28 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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The underlying drive is identical (to the copper version). It combines a Phison PS5016-E16 controller with 96-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory over 8 channels, and a DDR4 DRAM cache (512 MB for the 500 GB variant, 1 GB for the 1 TB variant, and 2 GB for the 2 TB variant). All three variants offer sequential read speeds of up to 5000 MB/s. The 1 TB and 2 TB variants offer up to 4400 MB/s sequential writes, while the 500 GB variant offers up to 2500 MB/s. The 1 TB and 2 TB variants further offer the same 4K random-access performance numbers of 750k/700k IOPS (reads/writes), while the 500 GB variant offers up to 400k/550k IOPS. GIGABYTE is backing the drives with 5-year product warranties.

In stock on November 15, 2020.

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  • Ooooh tempting!!
    Well it's backorder, so I pulled the trigger, hopefully something will make me cancel it

  • Ooft, makes me feel bad for buying a 1TB A2000, although half the price I'd much rather this.Still haven't opened the kingston either.

  • Isn't it better to get the silicon power 1TB NVME PCIe4? It is same price and available for delivery. It is SLC instead of TLC.

    • Pretty sure that is also a TLC SSD. It has SLC caching, which isn't special, pretty much every TLC and QLC SSD has SLC caching.

  • I have to ask, what are people using high performance PCIe 4 SSDs for, over a SATA or PCIe 3 SSD? Sure, if you're a data scientist or a pro video/3D editor, or if you have a lot of money and just like getting the best, but for most people I'm struggling to see the use. The upcoming consoles will have PCIe 4 SSDs, but it's almost certainly going to be at least a few years before you'll see significant improvements vs a PCIe 3 SSD, at which point the drives will be much cheaper.

  • How is this different to the copper one? Heat sink?

  • To be fair it was also this price yesterday. It's not a prime day deal, I have been watching this for weeks.