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xnxx femme black Silicon Power 512GB A55 M.2 SSD (SLC Cache for Speed ​​Boost) SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2280 SU512GBSS3A55M28AC Comfortable and soft fabric
xnxx femme black Silicon Power 512GB A55 M.2 SSD (SLC Cache for Speed ​​Boost) SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2280 SU512GBSS3A55M28AC Comfortable and soft fabric
xnxx femme black Silicon Power 512GB A55 M.2 SSD (SLC Cache for Speed ​​Boost) SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2280 SU512GBSS3A55M28AC Comfortable and soft fabric
xnxx femme black Silicon Power 512GB A55 M.2 SSD (SLC Cache for Speed ​​Boost) SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2280 SU512GBSS3A55M28AC Comfortable and soft fabric

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My xnxx femme black old HDDs would have disk throttled at 90% to 100% constantly. With these additions, the HDD xnxx femme black remains constant at 0% xnxx femme black or xnxx femme black max at 10% (for the booting SATA xnxx femme black NVMe). Kids play games, and no hangup or xnxx femme black bottlenecking xnxx femme black like xnxx femme black it was under the common SATA HDD.Compared to SSD and the old xnxx femme black HDD temperature, SSD peaking out at 44C while the HDD roasts at 58C after 60 xnxx femme black minutes. The provided silicone strips and xnxx femme black radiating xnxx femme black fins xnxx femme black help with the temperature xnxx femme black dissipation xnxx femme black and maintained at 36C after 60 minutes. Not xnxx femme black a bad deal.Most All M.2 / NVME drives deliver performance. Silicon Power's xnxx femme black 512GB xnxx femme black offers everything xnxx femme black a Samsung M.2 has at a lower xnxx femme black cost. (I own xnxx femme black two of these). This review xnxx femme black will start out with xnxx femme black practical information the xnxx femme black moving xnxx femme black into xnxx femme black the more xnxx femme black technical aspect of the SP 512GB NVME drive. xnxx femme black This will be xnxx femme black a long review.The biggest concern for anyone buying this is: "How can xnxx femme black I use this if I xnxx femme black don't xnxx femme black have a slot on my motherboard for xnxx femme black a M.2 SSD". You xnxx femme black need to get an xnxx femme black adapter like xnxx femme black this:QNINE NVME xnxx femme black PCIe Adapter, M.2 NVME SSD to PCI Express xnxx femme black 3.0 Host Controller Expansion CardThis xnxx femme black M.2 xnxx femme black NVME SSD is the right "key" for the xnxx femme black above xnxx femme black adapter. The "key" is just the notched pattern xnxx femme black for the NVME drive. (without getting too technical about it). 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You can even get two of these and make xnxx femme black the M.2s into a RAID 0 stripped drive xnxx femme black for double the speed. xnxx femme black My xnxx femme black advice is to xnxx femme black format the M.2 as ReFS.ReFS protects against data corruption.(see attached image)(SKIP this xnxx femme black section if you are not interested in ReFS formatting)Checking if TRIM is xnxx femme black set for xnxx femme black your ReFS formatted drive:1) click xnxx femme black on xnxx femme black start or type in the windows 8/10 xnxx femme black search xnxx femme black box "CMD"2) once you see CMD right click on xnxx femme black the black icon and xnxx femme black select "Run as Administrator"3) type in the black window (Command Prompt) xnxx femme black that just xnxx femme black opened:a) xnxx femme black fsutil behavior query xnxx femme black DisableDeleteNotify1) xnxx femme black NTFS xnxx femme black DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (says that TRIM is active for NTFS)2) ReFS DisableDeleteNotify = xnxx femme black 0 xnxx femme black ((says xnxx femme black that TRIM is active for ReFS)3) if you get = "is not currently set" for xnxx femme black either NTFS or ReFSYou can enable it with the following command:a) xnxx femme black fsutil behavior xnxx femme black set DisableDeleteNotify ReFS 0 (this xnxx femme black will set TRIM for ReFS)b) xnxx femme black fsutil behavior set DisableDeleteNotify NTFS 0 xnxx femme black (this will set TRIM for ReFS)Silicon xnxx femme black Power M.2 NVME Drive: Speeds: (Crystal Disk Mark) {See xnxx femme black attached xnxx femme black image}(NTFS formatted)- READ xnxx femme black and xnxx femme black WRITE speeds: 2,000 MB/s(ReFS formatted)- xnxx femme black READ speeds: xnxx femme black 2,000 MB/s- WRITE speed: 634 xnxx femme black MB/S (due xnxx femme black to error/checksum checking)Write speeds xnxx femme black are xnxx femme black slower xnxx femme black on xnxx femme black ReFS due xnxx femme black to error/checksum xnxx femme black checking. 634MB/s is still SSD xnxx femme black fast.ALL NVME drives xnxx femme black are subject xnxx femme black to xnxx femme black thermal throttling which means once xnxx femme black the M.2/NVME drive reaches a certain temperature xnxx femme black the onboard chips will throttle down the speed/transfer to save the chips from overheating. Larger, longer transfers will xnxx femme black trip the "thermal throttling" so just be aware it isn't the manufacturer's fault but the nature of xnxx femme black the NVME design xnxx femme black overall (across all manufacturers)My systems have SP xnxx femme black SSD drives xnxx femme black installed. I xnxx femme black do large data transfers almost xnxx femme black daily. xnxx femme black SP drives xnxx femme black keep xnxx femme black pace xnxx femme black with Samsung on xnxx femme black speeds. Reliability can't be gauged on a short-term basis. Most of my xnxx femme black drives are a xnxx femme black year or younger in xnxx femme black age. I do xnxx femme black suggest trying either this M.2 drive or one of SP's other SSD drives. If you have an older system that doesn't xnxx femme black have xnxx femme black PCI-e xnxx femme black (3.0) or greater to xnxx femme black go xnxx femme black with a xnxx femme black regular 2.5" xnxx femme black SSD drive. 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      1: Most All M.2 / NVME drives deliver performance. Silicon Power's 512GB offers everything a Samsung M.2 has at a lower cost. (I own two of these). This review will start out with practical information the moving into the more technical aspect of the SP 512GB NVME drive. This will be a long review.The biggest concern for anyone buying this is: "How can I use this if I don't have a slot on my motherboard for a M.2 SSD". You need to get an adapter like this:QNINE NVME PCIe Adapter, M.2 NVME SSD to PCI Express 3.0 Host Controller Expansion CardThis M.2 NVME SSD is the right "key" for the above adapter. The "key" is just the notched pattern for the NVME drive. (without getting too technical about it). You can put the drive + adapter into any PC that has a PCI-e slot.BOOTING from the NVME Drive may or may not be supported by your motherboard. Your operating system has to be 84-bit and supports UEFI; Windows 7*, 8*, 8.1* or Windows 10. (Check your motherboard information about UEFI and NVME)If all this sounds technically confusing you can do this:1) boot off a regular 2.5 inch SSD drive (have your Operating system on it).2) install the PCIe adapter + M.2 NVME drive into your PCI-e (x4){version 3.x} slot (check your motherboard specs)3) make the M.2 a secondary drive like D: or E: or F: (all you have to do is format it, windows will give it the drive letter)4) install any heavy loading programs on the M.2I have this above outline configuration. Heavy programs or data goes to my M.2 Drives. You can even get two of these and make the M.2s into a RAID 0 stripped drive for double the speed. My advice is to format the M.2 as ReFS.ReFS protects against data corruption.(see attached image)(SKIP this section if you are not interested in ReFS formatting)Checking if TRIM is set for your ReFS formatted drive:1) click on start or type in the windows 8/10 search box "CMD"2) once you see CMD right click on the black icon and select "Run as Administrator"3) type in the black window (Command Prompt) that just opened:a) fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify1) NTFS DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (says that TRIM is active for NTFS)2) ReFS DisableDeleteNotify = 0 ((says that TRIM is active for ReFS)3) if you get = "is not currently set" for either NTFS or ReFSYou can enable it with the following command:a) fsutil behavior set DisableDeleteNotify ReFS 0 (this will set TRIM for ReFS)b) fsutil behavior set DisableDeleteNotify NTFS 0 (this will set TRIM for ReFS)Silicon Power M.2 NVME Drive: Speeds: (Crystal Disk Mark) {See attached image}(NTFS formatted)- READ and WRITE speeds: 2,000 MB/s(ReFS formatted)- READ speeds: 2,000 MB/s- WRITE speed: 634 MB/S (due to error/checksum checking)Write speeds are slower on ReFS due to error/checksum checking. 634MB/s is still SSD fast.ALL NVME drives are subject to thermal throttling which means once the M.2/NVME drive reaches a certain temperature the onboard chips will throttle down the speed/transfer to save the chips from overheating. Larger, longer transfers will trip the "thermal throttling" so just be aware it isn't the manufacturer's fault but the nature of the NVME design overall (across all manufacturers)My systems have SP SSD drives installed. I do large data transfers almost daily. SP drives keep pace with Samsung on speeds. Reliability can't be gauged on a short-term basis. Most of my drives are a year or younger in age. I do suggest trying either this M.2 drive or one of SP's other SSD drives. If you have an older system that doesn't have PCI-e (3.0) or greater to go with a regular 2.5" SSD drive. You really won't notice the difference. If all this sounds overwhelming find a geeky friend to help you out. I hope this information helps someone out. I always try to revise my reviews as needed.
      2: Great, nice and fast and at a great price. Its cheaper than a 2.5 SSD can't go wrong.
      3: I've bought a few of these over the years and have been expecting a few to fail, but not one of them has. It's also surprisingly fast due to the SLC cache (except on sustained writes of huge files), with decent access latency. It's not as good as a Samsung EVO, but for the price, it's very, very close, and a good way to save some $$ when cost is an issue.
      4: Grate value for 512 GB NVMe module.
      5: System: HP Elite 800 G1 SSF (yes, very old)Combo with:* Dual M.2 PCIE Adapter for SATA or PCIE NVMe SSD with Advanced Heat Sink Solution,M.2 SSD NVME (m Key) and SATA (b Key) 22110 2280 2260 2242 2230to PCI-e 3.0 x 4 Host Controller Expansion Card* Kingston A400 240G Internal SSD M.2 2280 SA400M8/240G (used as boot and basic apps)* Silicon Power 512GB NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen3x4 2280 (used as secondary disk for intense-hogging apps and caching)Warnings:* Will NOT work on older BIOS that don't support PCIe boot and UEFI. Not even with the SATA NVMe connection. Just not going work. I'm lucky enough to discover that the latest 2.78 BIOS update actually allows PCIe to be detected and usable via the SATA NVMe portion (M or M+B key).* Will NOT work if you're depending on the PCIe NVME M.2 as the primary boot up because it's faster for systems that utiliz old BIOS. Not going to happen. You MUST have the M or M+B Key SATA as the primary boot at max of 500MB/s read-write rate.* If you're purchasing for very old systems that don't have UEFI boot mode at bare minimum that supports PCIe NVMe, you're gambling with your money.With those warnings in mind, overall, the addon is quite awesome. Going from the SATA III with read-write at 120MB/s max, loading up at 500MB/s beats the old SATA III HHDs hands down. Paired up with M.2 500GB or 1TB, the system renewed with a new life to do light photoshopping/video editing for beginners as the read-write max out at 3282 MB/s. My old HDDs would have disk throttled at 90% to 100% constantly. With these additions, the HDD remains constant at 0% or max at 10% (for the booting SATA NVMe). Kids play games, and no hangup or bottlenecking like it was under the common SATA HDD.Compared to SSD and the old HDD temperature, SSD peaking out at 44C while the HDD roasts at 58C after 60 minutes. The provided silicone strips and radiating fins help with the temperature dissipation and maintained at 36C after 60 minutes. Not a bad deal.

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