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Den-Fi

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About Den-Fi

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    New Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Woosung, Illinois
  • Interests
    邪惡的女人
  • Biography
    為什麼雞過馬路?
  • Occupation
    摄影师

System

  • CPU
    AMD SEMPRON 2800+ CPU 1.60GHz
  • Motherboard
    EPoX EP-8HMMI-A
  • RAM
    512MB DDR 400 RAM
  • GPU
    PNY GeForce 6200
  • Storage
    80GB Hitachi 5400RPM IDE HDD
  • Display(s)
    15" Dell 4:3 Monitor
  • Keyboard
    MANHATTAN 155113 Black USB Wired Standard Enhanced Keyboard
  • Mouse
    axGear USB Wired Optical Mouse
  • Sound
    https://den-fi.com
  • Operating System
    Windows XP SP1

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  1. Picked up one of these 600Ps to do some testing. $185 for 2TB of NVMe (though QLC) storage... not bad.

     

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    2. Den-Fi

      Den-Fi

      @Princess Luna Yeah. I tossed it into my slower NAS for tiered cache and went from 80-120MB/s sustained to about 900MB/s which will then flush to the main drives after like 2AM. Makes ingesting footage and large projects take that much less time which is invaluable to me. The next cheapest option is like $100 more.

    3. Princess Luna

      Princess Luna

      @Den-Fi I'm glad you managed such performance gain without breaking the bank, very satisfying to have nice results within reason of expenses.

       

      Crucial's MX500 if 2,5 inch and 660p's for M.2 - I really don't bother looking too hard for other alternatives nowadays whenever I need storage, price-to-performance is right on the sweet spot, which is great; tech is becoming more and more accessible.

    4. Den-Fi

      Den-Fi

      @Princess Luna Yep. Not worth looking any lower since there are some shady controllers out there that just up and die. MX500 & SanDisk Ultra all day for cheap, reliable SSDs.

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