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  • MX64407 960 EVO NVMe M.2 PCIe x4 SSD, 250GB
  • MX64407 960 EVO NVMe M.2 PCIe x4 SSD, 250GB

960 EVO NVMe M.2 PCIe x4 SSD, 250GB

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Great M.2 NVME SSD

2/10/2018 9:48:14 AM
Joseph from Calgary writes:
It is fast which compared to most everything else in this price range.
UEFI secure boot if your unfamiliar with this when your building for a first time can be a bit of a pain but if your just replacing a your current M.2 SSD that has UEFI that you won't face any issues
Great SSD been using it for about a week now, had some issues installing but more due to the fact that cloning my original SSD had issues I just ended up creating a recovery on a USB stick and going that route to save time and a whole lot of headache.

M.2 makes SATA3 Obsolete

11/9/2017 1:03:45 PM
Andy from Edmonton writes:
Fast boot, fast OS, fast load, just FAST.
M.2 is not universal standard for SSDs yet. Requires UEFI secure boot. Will not run in legacy boot mode. Requires Windows 8.x or 10. Will NOT work 100% with Windows 7 since 7 does NOT support secure boot (this is VERY unsafe in 2017)
While installing an OS in pure UEFI mode is not easy for beginner computer builders, anyone with competent skill will be able to install this type of SSD. PCIeX4 M.2 drives should be international standard IMHO.

Blazing Fast and Reliable

6/18/2017 10:06:18 PM
Scott N from Calgary, AB writes:
Imagine having the best gaming GPU, motherboard and RAM but skimped out on a NVMe M.2 drive for say a SSD, 7200 rpm HD or a 5400 rpm HD. This M.2 drive gives me an average read speed of 1600 MB/s with a burst of 2000 MB/s. Compared with a SSD of 500 MB/s, a 7200 rpm HD of 220 MB/s or a 5400 rpm HD of 120 MB/s, this drive is in a league of its own. Say hello to super fast load screens and goodbye to fidget spinners and thumb twiddling.
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