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Crucial p1 nvme or Samsung 860 evo

The 2tb versions of both have pretty good sales going. Not doing anything crazy with them. More or less a game drive. Any reason to go with one over the other ? Leaning towards crucial because it’s actually cheaper and no wires. But I do like the track record of Samsung. 

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2 minutes ago, Apark2241 said:

More or less a game drive.

whichever is cheaper per gb?

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Just now, ComputerBuilder said:

tbh it depends, idk why, but i dont rly trust crucial nvme, but you can take it if its cheaper, your choice

I know what you mean. The crucial is 175 for the 2tb and the Samsung is 200 for 2tb . I’ve ordered both lol just gotta decide which to return . 

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For games go with the cheapest that has the capacity you want. Speed makes no difference at all.

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57 minutes ago, Apark2241 said:

I know what you mean. The crucial is 175 for the 2tb and the Samsung is 200 for 2tb . I’ve ordered both lol just gotta decide which to return . 

P1 is nvme and 860 is sata, if you benchmark it, the performance difference will be huge.

In real world applications such as games this would render very little difference.

860 probably will last longer than P1, but it's 2-3 times slower.

Your choice.

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Hi guys probably a dumb question but will filling both m.2 slots on my asus z390-e board affect my graphics card performance? I have a 2080ti installed in the top slot and would use both m.2 slots for nvme drives. From my looking I don’t think it would. But thought someone on here may know for sure. I’ve included a picture of for some reason it may help .thank you for any insight in advance! 
 

 

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