>cheapest name brand 2TB NVMe SSD Posted on May 24, 2023 by Anonymous >cheapest name brand 2TB NVMe SSD so what's the catch?
found the problem
Yeah exactly AMD SSDs are just better
You know, with seagate you will lose your data in, idk, month. WIth AMD you will lose data moment you write to SSD. And get fecal matter in the PCI-E lane
it doesn't look 1337Gamer black. How are you going to get gamer upboats on r/pcmasterracE?
lmao, even asiatics do gatchas on their ssd
There's a Silicon Power one for $68 on Amazon right now, and a PNY for $70. Those are price competitive with Intel. Flash memory comes pretty cheap these days.
PNY quite literally tells you not to use their own SSD's on the packaging
Intel? More like into the trash it goes
>so what's the catch?
intel sold the division to some other company. so could be inventory clearance to help close out the accounting or something on an older model like that.
Solidigm actually supports the 670p in their driver. Everything older than that is eol abandonware.
These things should only cost half as much as TLC SSDs yet they're barely any cheaper. This is going to be the SMR of SSDs.
I have 660p, it likes to randomly stop working causing BSODs. They even have a firmware update to fix that, except it doesn't work.
SSSTC CL4 SSDs look good according to manufacturer specs, anyone here tried a few of those out?
i bought one last week for a secondary drive since it cost fuck all.
works fine, more than fast enough and doesnt slow to a complete crawl like the 660p does
wouldnt dare use it for a boot drive though
Intel SSDs are probably the most reliable brand of SSDs, next is WD and Samsung.
Samsung or WD? Go
sandisk chads where we at