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Recommendation for M2 drive


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Want to upgrade your computers when working with drives

Most computers have a m2 connection on the board, and for a few individuals we will not be satisfied with SATA, 

I would be happy to recommend a reliable, high-quality fast drive, with a capacity of about 1TB


I was thinking of the Corsair Force MP510 PCIe NVMe M.2 2280 960GB M.2 2280


what do you think?

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I was thinking of the Corsair Force MP510 PCIe NVMe M.2 2280 960GB SSD M.2 2280


what do you think?


Go for it, assuming the price is good.

Though there are cheaper and no less good ....   :)


This specification was assembled on - www.tms.co.il - The most reliable and professional computer stores in Israel

SSD Drives:
A-DATA SSD 1TB XPG SX8200 PRO M.2 2280
    Quantity: 1 - Price: ₪ 709
SSD Drives:
Corsair SSD 960GB MP510 NVME PCIEx4 M.2
    Quantity: 1 - Price: ₪ 750
Total: ₪ 1459
Price in Eilat: ₪ 1247

We commit to a very lucrative price for the same specifications.
The prices include VAT and are payable in approximately. Credit until 12 equal payments without interest.


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The writing volume of the mp510


Of the 8200



Not necessarily this indicates differences in reliability.

If I was promised 640TB compared to 95% 1700TB I would go for it

The 640.

In short, 640TB is a lot.


samsung 970 evo 1TB 600TB

samsung 970 per 1TB 1200TB

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The problem that there is no data to verify it or not


It really is הProblem, at all with means .

All manufacturers hold the cards close to their chest.

And FR of drives for both mechanical and On his issues,

Provided on farm models and / or work environment ,

Which is not necessarily applicable to the home / office consumer.

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