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NVME or SATA?


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I am planning to replace one of my HDDs soon (already making noise and working properly right now, but it seems to be approaching its last days) and thought of the way to replace the SSD as well.

I currently have an EVO 860 250GB which does a great job, but my requirements have changed a bit and I need a larger volume so I think I'm aiming for 1TB already.

I understand my neighborhood Provide several high write / read speeds, but I'm not sure how relevant it is to me.

My uses are mainly gaming and code writing in terms of the SSD, in the heavy files the HDD handles.

Is there any point in squinting even in the direction of And the prices it comes at (I understand the difference in speeds will be felt almost only in large file transfers, rendering, etc.), or is the logical move to stick to SATA?

In addition - I would love to receive a recommendation for SSD (one or the other, according to the answer to the previous question) of 1TB (there is no such financial restriction, but you probably should not spend NIS 500 more for a minimal improvement in performance that will not be felt daily).

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1TB will cost you between 500-600 NIS.
the difference between To SATA at a price hardly noticeable in this volume.
There is the model of I would like to buy less than NIS 600 with a coupon of NIS 60 off at KSP.
 Example of SATA https://ksp.co.il/?select=.1033..152..371.&kg=&list=1&sort=2&glist=1&uin=45471&txt_search=&buy=&minprice=0&maxprice=0&intersect=&rintersect=&store_real=

 

Example for NVME  https://ksp.co.il/?select=.1033..152..371.&kg=&list=1&sort=2&glist=1&uin=70536&txt_search=&buy=&minprice=0&maxprice=0&intersect=&rintersect=&store_real=

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What motherboard if?

 

B360-HD3- It has M2 with PCIE traffic.

 

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1TB will cost you between 500-600 NIS.
the difference between NVMe To SATA at a price hardly noticeable in this volume.
There is the model of ADATA I would like to buy less than NIS 600 with a coupon of NIS 60 off at KSP.
 Example of SATA https://ksp.co.il/?select=.1033..152..371.&kg=&list=1&sort=2&glist=1&uin=45471&txt_search=&buy=&minprice=0&maxprice=0&intersect=&rintersect=&store_real=

 

Example for NVME  https://ksp.co.il/?select=.1033..152..371.&kg=&list=1&sort=2&glist=1&uin=70536&txt_search=&buy=&minprice=0&maxprice=0&intersect=&rintersect=&store_real=

 

2 Questions:

1. Know the course , But don't know what SSD / NVME status is, reliable? Any performance falls? How compared to Samsung / Intel?

2. Is the price increase (although "only" about 150, but still extra) justified for my uses? Will there be a significant improvement?

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