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[Prime] Crucial P2 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD $119.42 Delivered @ Amazon US via AU

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Low price on this M.2 NVMe SSD and cheaper than the eBay deal. The downside of this SSD is that it's DRAMless, however it will outperform any SATA SSD and it does offer some SLC write cache.

  • M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe Gen3
  • Read up to 2,400MB/s
  • Write up to 1,800MB/s
  • IOPS R/W up to 95/215K
  • 1.5M Hours MTTF
  • 300TBW
  • 5-year limited warranty
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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2021

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Comments

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    Didn't realise the endurance ratings of Crucial SSDs were so low..are you sure it's 150 TBW for the 1 TB model?

    Edit: it says here (https://www.crucial.com/content/dam/crucial/ssd-products/P2/...) that the 1 TB model is rated for 300 TBW.

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      Too many lazy websites getting their information wrong. It's now correct.

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    it will outperform a potato for sure

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    Is the Kingston NV1 a better performer?

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      Worse. Like this it's DRAMless, but not clear on whether or not it uses a small amount of TLC/SLC/MLC write cache. The read/write speeds and endurance are lower, as well as a 3 year warranty.

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        What would be a decent 500gb one for someone on the budget? Thanks

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          There's not really any deals active that I can see so at the moment. Out of those you can see in the link, Crucial P2, WD Blue and Kingston NV1 are bottom barrel. I'll keep an eye out as I am in the market for a good M.2 SSD currently.

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            @Clear: No worries, thanks

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            @Clear: Actually, how's the Firecuda 510? $99 for 500Gb on amazon. From reviews it's designed for gaming etc

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              @OZTechGuy: Pretty sure any ssd is good enough for gaming unless the game you are playing is who can load the fastest by 1 second.

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              @OZTechGuy: 1GB DRAM Cache with 28GB of SLC Cache, 3,450/2,500 MB/s Read/Write and 650 TBW. Yeah it's certainly a good performing SSD. $99 is about the normal price for it, but it's still an excellent SSD you can't go wrong with.

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    Price went back to 137

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      Big improvement. For starters it has 1GB of Micron LPDDR4 2133MHz DRAM cache so that'll help performance big time, up to 3400/3000 MB/s Read/Write speeds and 600TBW endurance.

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        nice