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Fikwot FN970 4TB M.2 2280 PCIe Gen4 X4 NVMe 1.4 Internal SSD with Heatsink $382.49 Delivered @ Fikwot via Amazon AU

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Fikwot FN970 2TB M.2 SSD adopts M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 technology and is compatible with NVMe1.4 protocol. The maximum read speed of this SSD is as high as 7,400MB/s, and the maximum write speed is as high as 6,800MB/s. It is equipped with a dynamic SLC cache to effectively maintain the high-speed operation and stability of the SSD.
WIDELY COMPATIBLE - Use PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD to expand your PS5 storage capacity, and the Heatsink can be installed together with the product on the PS5 console to provide you with a better gaming experience. This SSD is suitable for Desktops, All-in-one PCs, Laptops, and is perfectly compatible with Windows 7/8/10/11.
DRAM CACHE - FN970 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD is equipped with DRAM cache, which can provide faster data access speed and higher system performance, allowing you to have a smoother and more efficient computer experience.
RELIABILITY & STABILITY - Stability is one of the core values of our products, after 88 hours of rigorous testing to ensure that the M.2 NVMe SSD will not fail. This includes 16-hour 1000-time sleep test, 48-hour uninterrupted read and write test, 16-hour flash memory high temperature test, 4-hour performance test and 4-hour system continuous startup test. Through strict quality control and testing process, each internal SSD is guaranteed to have excellent stability and reliability.
WARRANTY SERVICE - With up to 1400TBW of Durability and 5-Year Product Registration Warranty, you can trust the Fikwot brand. If you have further questions, we will provide you with 24-Hour technical support services.

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  • +12

    Not much of a deal considered a 990 pro is only $30 more

    • yeah, you are right.

    • wouldn't this be more reliable than a 990 pro?

      • +5

        Why would you think that? I highly doubt it

  • +8

    My wife calls me a Fikwot every day…..its great…..we're great

  • +9

    Wot the fik?

  • +7

    Just buy the 990 Pro unless you wanna be a Fikwot

  • +4

    How does this ssd compare to another high end brand like fattydove racing?

    • +3

      This SSD is almost definitely just another one of those MAP1602+YMTC232L so in terms of performance will be similar to the Verbatim Vi7000g or Lexar NM790. The only likely significant difference in terms of performance is I think some might use 512 NAND and some 1024 but not sure if that's a thing at 4TB. And well thermal throttling depending on the heatsink or lack of and how you cool it

      In terms of lifespan, warranty, QC, especially the NAND quality that might vary quite a bit so I'm not suggesting this is equivalent just performance should be. Frankly given the price of this it's not worth especially with the 990 Pro so close. The Verbatim 4TB might be if it comes back into stock, and likewise the earlier deal for the 2TB with coupon, but not this.

      • This SSD is almost definitely just another one of those MAP1602+YMTC232L…

        No - the Maxio MAP1602 doesn't support DRAM which this drive says it has

        Based on the DRAM + read speeds, it is more likely to use the InnoGrit IG5236 controller like the Acer Predator GM7000

        NAND will be some type of YMTC at a quality level that is more FanXiang than Lexar

        • Oh sorry you're right. I was thinking of the FN955. Didn't realise they were different, though the FN970 was just the heatsink version of the FN955. Frankly, if this Fanxiang level, you're probably fine. Fanxiang seems to have a decent reputation within China. Not quite on par with YMTC's own brand Zhitai but definitely up there. Aigo is another one although their SSDs seem to have disappeared even from AliExpress. (Zhitai also seem unavailable.) I'd be more worried that this is more akin to Xraydisk etc.

  • +3

    Fikwot happened to my data?

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