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What is the max speed of M.2 drive, which brand is that?

21 minutes ago, Tiffanysinyee said:

I gather that's just a moderate performer.

The difference between a mid-range NVMe SSD and a fairly high-end one in day to day use will be minimal, if noticeable at all. The speeds advertised by the manufacturers are sequential read/write speeds anyway, not really representative of real world usage, relating to the title of your post. But if that's really that important to you, you could check out Samsung's 970 PRO, WD's Black or Corsair's new Gen 4 PCIe drive (MP600 I believe it's called) if you've got a PCI-E 4.0 equipped motherboard (X570).

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There are many different makes & models. With PCI_e Gen 4 out there are PCI_e SSD's pushing close to 5GB/s (~5,000MB/s). Currently advertised by Corsair but I can't say if it is the current fastest just fairly recent.


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6 minutes ago, Tiffanysinyee said:

What is the max speed of M.2 drive, which brand is that?

M.2 is just the connector, the drive can still be SATA or NVME. Your question should be, what is the maximum speed of an NVME-drive?


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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

Do you mean Title? Your Topic says what I just quoted.

 

There are many different makes & models. With PCI_e Gen 4 out there are PCI_e SSD's pushing close to 5GB/s (~5,000MB/s). Currently advertised by Corsair but I can't say if it is the current fastest just fairly recent.

I m looking a Transcend, but I am not sure if 3.5GR/2.5W is the max

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Just now, WereCatf said:

M.2 is just the connector, the drive can still be SATA or NVME. Your question should be, what is the maximum speed of an NVME-drive?

Sorry I mean the NVMe, just like to save a SATA connection, I hate cables!

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13 minutes ago, Tiffanysinyee said:

As said in the topic.

If you're looking for speed for your dollar, the Intel 660p is a good choice.


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6 minutes ago, Tiffanysinyee said:

I gather that's just a moderate performer.

From where, and compared to what?


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21 minutes ago, Tiffanysinyee said:

I gather that's just a moderate performer.

The difference between a mid-range NVMe SSD and a fairly high-end one in day to day use will be minimal, if noticeable at all. The speeds advertised by the manufacturers are sequential read/write speeds anyway, not really representative of real world usage, relating to the title of your post. But if that's really that important to you, you could check out Samsung's 970 PRO, WD's Black or Corsair's new Gen 4 PCIe drive (MP600 I believe it's called) if you've got a PCI-E 4.0 equipped motherboard (X570).


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