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GingerBill

NVMe SSD Speeds

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys!

 

Just got a new NVMe SSD my PC, I got a WD Blue™ SN550 and i'm just wondering if anyone has got the same and how it performs for gaming? I've seen the read and write speeds and wondering if they are good for a £70 ssd.

 

Thanks guys!

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It's good enough for any typical usage.  Faster NVMe drives are for specific use cases and the cost is usually not the first thing looked at.


Gaming - AMD TR 3970X | ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme II | G.SKILL Neo 3600 64GB | Zotac Nvidia 2080 Ti AMP | 2x Sabarent 1TB NVMe | Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SSD | Phanteks Enthoo 719 | Seasonic Prime Ultra Platinum 1000w | Corsair K70 RGB Lux | Corsiar M65 | 2x ASUS Rog PG279Q | BenQ EW3270U | Windows 10 Pro | EKWB Custom loop

HTPC - Intel i9-9900k | Asus ROG Maximus XI Code | G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 3200 32GB | EVGA 1070 | Samsung 970 1TB | WD Blue 1TB SSD | NZXT H700  | EVGA G3 1000W | Corsair H150i | Windows 10 Pro

Workstation/VM - Intel 5960x | Asus Strix X99 Gaming | Corsair Vengeance LED 32GB | EVGA 1060 | Samsung 960 Evo 512GB | Corsair 540 Air | Corsair H115i | XFX 750W | Windows 10 Pro

Servers - SuperMicro 846 | 2x 2695L V2 | 128GB | Chelsio 10Gbe | Chelsio 40Gbe | 24 x 6TB | FreeNas - SuperMicro 826 | 2 x 2695L | 128GB | Chelsio 10Gbe | Chelsio 40Gbe | 8 x 10TB | 847 24 x 1TB SSD | Windows Server 2019

Work - Dell XPS 15 9560 | i7-7700HQ | 32 GB RAM | 1TB NVMe | 4k dsiplay

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