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XPG GAMMIX 512GB S11 Pro 3D NAND PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS11P-512GT-C) for $94.99 with coupon

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[Amazon.ca] XPG GAMMIX 512GB S11 Pro 3D NAND PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS11P-512GT-C) for $94.99 with coupon

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  • Form Factor: M.2 2280
  • Read/Write up to 3500/3000MB/s *may vary by capacity
  • NVMe 1.3 Supported
  • ideal for gamers, PC enthusiasts, overclockers, and video rendering professionals
  • Interface: PCIe NVMe Gen3x4. Please check your motherboard manual and make sure your motherboard's M.2 connector supports PCIe or M Key.
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Heatsink not needed and removable ... decent drive with amazing reputation since it came out.
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Too bad missed $89.99 no tax deal last year.
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flamenko wrote: Heatsink not needed and removable ... decent drive with amazing reputation since it came out.
It's glued on. Removable yes but a bit of a pain.

In general, hard to recomend this when the SN750 is the same price and the Silicon Power P34A80 is cheaper.
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Oct 23, 2013
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can this fit any desktop computer to replace a SSD drive or I need some kind of adapter?
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Chris971 wrote: can this fit any desktop computer to replace a SSD drive or I need some kind of adapter?
You would either need a m.2 slot with NVMe support (most desktops that have m.2 slots support NVMe) or use a PCIe adapter (make sure it's for NVMe and not SATA m.2).
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Riffer wrote: I would also add - don't bother with an adapter. If you don't have NVME you will only get SATA speeds anyway. Buy a 2.5" SATA SSD drive if you have to expand.
That's not true, an NVMe to PCIe adapter would provide direct access to the PCIe bus, same as an actual m.2 slot with NVMe support.
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Riffer wrote: Doh! Sorry. You are correct. I was in "laptop mode" thinking of those ones people use in laptops to put an NVME in a 2.5" bay.
Rofl, I don't even think that's a thing for NVMe to 2.5". At least I can't find the existence of one. SATA m.2 is but ya, that'll run at SATA speeds since it's basically just a pin adapter anyways.

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