Comments on Profile Post by ChaChaRealSmooth

  1. internethandle
    Feb 14, 2023
  2. ChaChaRealSmooth
    I never hopped on the bandwagon because normal SSDs were plenty enough for me. I literally would not have bothered if I didn't find a deal where it was actually cheaper for the same amount of storage
    Feb 14, 2023
  3. Vansen
    Depends if the m2 is NVMe or SATA spec. If your old SSD was SATA and this new one is NVMe, then you should see significant improvements in some areas.
    Feb 14, 2023
  4. ChaChaRealSmooth
    Hmm, guess I'll see! It is an NVMe
    Feb 15, 2023
  5. Thad E Ginathom
    Thad E Ginathom
    I have a SATA SSD. Brilliantly faster than HDD :)

    I bought it a few days before my previous motherboard died. Yep: the new MB has NVMe,but hey, I already had the SATA.

    I'll add NVMe... one day...
    Feb 15, 2023
  6. Syzygy
    NVMe blazes. Drops all the spinning-rust hard drive overhead that SATA had to support. Most can do 32 concurrent reads/writes, so it acts more like RAM than a hard drive in that regard.
    Feb 18, 2023