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Utahmick

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I'm starting a new build after 6 years, and want to include a M.2. of course PCIe Gen3. x4. Been looking at Samsung's 970 evo 500 g. but the price is around $200. Thiers Adata, HP, Intel and others.. I look at benchmarks and see what is the fastest ones,  The question is what is the difference in seconds or nano seconds  for them to boot or start program/game? 


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High-end drives, while technically faster, won’t often feel speedier than less-spendy options in common tasks. As with most PC hardware, there are diminishing returns for mainstrem users as you climb up the product stack.

 

More info: https://www.tomshard...guide,5602.html


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