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Silicon Power UD85 1TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD - $65 Shipped @ Silicon Power via Amazon AU

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Yes, yes… Its the UD85…

Up to 3600MB/s, 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe Gen4x4 Internal Solid State Drive for Desktop Laptop PC Computer

1tb for @65$ delivered…
Use for a dump drive i guess…

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  • +3

    lol these guys did a sneaky and swapped out the ud90 to qlc

    • +1

      :-o

    • Is it just the low read / write (up to 3.6k/2.8k) speeds that are the issues here?

      • low read / write (up to 3.6k/2.8k)

        3.6k megabytes?

        Those numbers are already in ⅛miligigabits, so no need to convert or move the point.

        • Sorry miss use of the K there .. so I should have asked “the lower r/w speeds (3400 MBs/2800 MBs)?

          I know that the better NVme’s will do over double this for r/w, but looking for something to write screen recordings to & the. To work from for edits before upload. So want to know if there are any other gotcha’s with this drive.

          Never mind, must have read the wrong page earlier as it now says:

          PCIe Gen 3x4 interface with read speeds up to 2,200MB/s and write speeds up to 1,600MB/s

    • Mine from 4 months ago is QLC. No complaints from me as one is game storage and the other a portable enclosure. Since it's mostly reads I'm not taking a performance hit.

  • +1

    How will this perform in unraid server?

  • Link now goes to the A60 for $60.99, I’m guessing these aren’t the same?

    • Sata I think

      Was gonna jump on this but really need 2tb

      • Still shows an m.2 stick.

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