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Shopping time: SSD drives at high prices


yonatan.mendelson
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A. Sabrent is not a company that develops drives - This is a Turnkey solution for a company Which supplies the controller and the flash chips. B. At the moment the prices have risen considerably and are making the purchase of models And models based At least it pays off - but when prices are low we will of course publish them too!

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You have to remember the difference between storage SSD To-NVMe Home / Gaming hardly ever exists. Therefore, most people are better off buying SSD In greater volume, than NVMe At the same price.

 

It is preferable for NVME, if the Samsung or Subnet (or , For those who have a budget), because the hardware will only be used on this interface. 

 

Beyond that the PCIE duplications 3 and 4 times are already on the way and prices are dropping so the end to SATA is close.

It is better that the mechanical manufacturers move to external drives with 3.1 connections - faster than SATA. 

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I'll repeat this again:

Home use / gaming Almost none exists Difference between storage SSD To-NVMe

 

Why choose the slow technology at the end of its path? It is not cheaper or successful. While there are significant gaps between the discs of different manufacturers (sometimes 4x and more), there is no reason to go for a standard that remains only to ensure backward compatibility.

 

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Why choose the slow technology at the end of its path? It is not cheaper or successful. While there are significant gaps between the discs of different manufacturers (sometimes 4x and more), there is no reason to go for a standard that remains only to ensure backward compatibility.

very simple:

Because it's twice as cheap.

ssd size 512 goes up as 256 size.

And the differences in speed in normal home use are 5% -10%.

 

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very simple:

Because it's twice as cheap.

ssd size 512 goes up as NVMe 256 size.

And the differences in speed in normal home use are 5% -10%.

 

I was impressed that the gaps are much smaller, and paying off. Soon they will disappear altogether, because the SATA will be dedicated only to large mechanical drives.

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