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500go m.2 or 1tb ssd ? (samsung)

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first build wich one is better and  why ? (500go m.2 or 1tb normal ssd both are from samsung

ssd vs m.2 do they really matter?

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M.2 (specifically NVMe) is important for editing/handling massive files. For the average gamer, however, SATA always does the job just as well. A SATA M.2 drive or classic 2.5 inch drive is all you need if you're not a professional.

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Just now, Fasauceome said:

M.2 is important for editing/handling massive files. For the average gamer, however, SATA always does the job just as well.

so no need to spend the extra money for the m.2 (gaming only)

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1 minute ago, Fasauceome said:

M.2 (specifically NVMe) is important for editing/handling massive files. For the average gamer, however, SATA always does the job just as well. A SATA M.2 drive or classic 2.5 inch drive is all you need if you're not a professional.

agreed

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