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Which m.2 ssd is better

SX6000 Pro and Scorch. SX6000 Pro has higher transfer rate, Scorch has DRAM so in theory, latency is lower. Lite has disadvantages of both the Pro and Scorch into one. WD Blue is a SATA SSD with DRAM cache so bandwidth is much lower, WD Green is a shitty SATA SSD without DRAM and is the slowest among the 5

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

My options are:

Patriot Scorch 256GB

WD Green 240GB

Adata sx6000 lite 256GB

Adata sx6000 pro 256GB

WD Blue 250GB

 

Which one has best preformance?

Thanks

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SX6000 Pro and Scorch. SX6000 Pro has higher transfer rate, Scorch has DRAM so in theory, latency is lower. Lite has disadvantages of both the Pro and Scorch into one. WD Blue is a SATA SSD with DRAM cache so bandwidth is much lower, WD Green is a shitty SATA SSD without DRAM and is the slowest among the 5


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