Now on the net: NVM drives at the lowest price to date • HWzone

Now on the net: NVM drives at the lowest price to date

You have not yet graduated Fast from the New Age? The prices are better than ever before and make the option the most attractive

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The first QLC drives from the company (And the first in the home market based on This, in general, continues to show us its great potential, with competitive prices that quickly reduce the gap from the base prices of traditional and slower SATA drives.

Now you can purchase the chip maker's 660p drive, at the M.2 interface of course, at a final price of $ 81.43 including shipping to the country (and without VAT) For 512GB volume, Which are only NIS 300 - and at the same time The terabyte model Comes to the price of only 149.44 dollars including VAT and shipping, which are worth NIS 545.

The best price we've seen for a drive Anything to date - and performance is superior to most SATA drives in almost all parameters

is also The Intel 660p model is an impressive 2 terabyte Significantly cut, and now available for the price of 289.6 All-Inclusive Dollar, i.e. NIS 1,050 - compared to NIS 1,065 Sale Price For the drive Available at the.

If you want a more traditional TLC chip-based drive, alongside the Phison E12 controller capable of delivering impressive maximum performance with continuous transfer speeds greater than 3,000MBps - Silicon Power's 512GB model Also available is one cent just below the Amazon VAT exemption threshold, at a final price of 82.22 dollars including shipping, which translates into slightly more than NIS 300.

This model of Silicon Power receives positive reviews from Amazon buyers - despite its controversial brand reputation in the past

How much more we can see the price level fall below the current one, not really known - but we will make sure to keep track of and update you on all the impressive deals that are going on out there!


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  1. The drives with the slightly delayed QLC. With a half-terabyte volume of 100 Mega Speed ​​per second + Cash SLC of about 20GB at high speed. Once the cache runs out of backup / restore or installation on these disks, it finishes very slowly. Speed ​​does not drop to 500. That's not the right direction of the market, and it's a shame.

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