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Primocache Performance Between SATA III SSD and NVMe SSD?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys,


I'm considering getting PrimoCache for a 2TB 7200RM Seagate Hard Drive I'm going to get for games, particularly FS2020. Unfortunately, my beefy GPU covers both PCIe slots, so I won't be able to install a PCIe to M.2 expansion card and use a 256GB NVMe SSD for my cache. My question is, how much is the performance loss from an NVMe SSD to a SATA SSD for such a task? I could use some of my 1TB NVMe Windows Drive for my cache, but since it's almost full I really would rather avoid this.


Thanks for the help!

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