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Reddit reviews on Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe Internal SSD, up to 2000MB/s - CT1000P1SSD8

Sentiment score: 17
Reddit mentions: 111

We found 111 Reddit mentions of Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe Internal SSD, up to 2000MB/s - CT1000P1SSD8. Here are the top ones.

Capacity: Up to 2TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB/sNVMe PCIe interface marks the next step in storage innovationMicron 3D NAND advancing the World's memory and storage technology for 40 yearsNVMe Standard Self Monitoring and Reporting Technology (Smart)Redundant Array of Independent NAND (RAIN)

Found 111 comments on Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe Internal SSD, up to 2000MB/s - CT1000P1SSD8:

u/ConcreteSnake · 108 pointsr/buildapcsales

Best way I have found to look at the upcoming sales. Picked out a few hopefuls.

NZXT 850 - 3:15 am est


Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - 7:30 am est


Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 3200 - 9:55 am est


ViewSonic XG2401 24 Inch 1080p 1ms 144 Hz - 10:10 am est


NZXT AER RGB 2 - 3-Pack of 120mm RGB PWM Fans with Hue 2 Lighting Controller - 11:55 am est


XPG Spectrix D80 Liquid-Cooled RGB DDR4 3600MHz 16GB - 12:05 pm est


Cooler Master MasterLiquid LC240E RGB All-in-one CPU Liquid Cooler - 12:05 pm


NZXT H700 - 2:20pm est


u/_GoToGulag_ · 43 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

$130 - Sennheiser HD 599 SE Special Edition, Black

$130 - Sennheiser HD 4.50 Special Edition, Bluetooth Wireless Headphone with Active Noise Cancellation, Black


$541 - HKC 34'' (3440x1440p) 21:9 Ultrawide 100hz Curved Freesync VA Panel 8ms GTG Rebranded Viotek GN34C, I think it's a Samsung CF791 Panel

$870 - Samsung LC34J791WTNXZA 34" 3440x1440 100Hz QLED 21:9 VA Freesync Thunderbolt 3

$115 - ViewSonic VX2257-MHD 22 Inch 75Hz 2ms 1080p TN

$650 - Samsung 32" QLED 1440p 144Hz HDR 600 WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor Freesync 2 VA

$315 - LG 27GL650F-B 27" 144hz IPS HDR 10 Freesync

$165 - AOPEN 24HC1QR Pbidpx 23.6" 1080p 144hz 1800R Curved FreeSync 4ms VA

$320 - AOPEN 32HC1QUR Pbidpx 31.5" (2560x1440) 144Hz 1800R Curved VA 4ms Freesync Ships within 1-3 months

$260 - ViewSonic VX3276-2K-MHD 32 Inch 1440p IPS Frameless


$270 - AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

$765 - AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X


$200 - Toshiba X300 8TB Hard Drive 7200 RPM 128MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5 Inch

$120 - Toshiba NAS N300 4TB NAS 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive- SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 128MB

$315 - Toshiba NAS N300 10TB NAS 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive- SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 256MB

$80 - Seagate FireCuda 2TB SSHD 2.5 Inch SATA

$57/96/186 - XPG GAMMIX 256/512GB/1TB S11 Pro 3D NAND PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD

$106 - Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD

$107 - Crucial BX500 960GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-Inch Internal SSD

$242 - Crucial MX500 2TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch SSD

$104 - Toshiba Canvio Advance 4TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0, White

$120 - WD Elements 6TB USB 3.0 External HDD Color Black WDBWLG0060HBK-NESN

$95 - Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD


$81 - Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (2x8GB) DDR4 3000 MT/s (PC4-24000) CL15 SR Gray

$137 - Ballistix Elite 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 3600 MT/s (PC4-28800) CL16 SR Ships within 1-2 months

$73 - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 3000 CL16 Black Non-prime, ships within 1-3 months


Other Components

$110 - DEEPCOOL Castle 240 RGB Liquid CPU Cooler Non-prime

$170 - Corsair H115i 280mm RGB Platinum AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

$35 - Deepcool RF120 3-Pack 120mm RGB PWM Fans with Fan Hub and Extension Non-prime

$805 - ZOTAC Gaming GeForce RTX 2080 Twin Fan 8GB

$198 - Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO ATX Motherboard

$120 - Corsair RM750x 80 Plus Gold Fully Modular ATX PSU CP-9020179-NA

$170 - Corsair HX850i High Performance 80+ Platinum Fully Modular ATX PSU

$60 - Corsair Fan Controller Commander Pro CL-9011110-WW


$33 - Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse

$40 - Logitech G403 Prodigy Wired Gaming Mouse

$50 - Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse

$50 - Razer DeathAdder Elite: True 16,000 5G Optical Sensor

$64 - SteelSeries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse, 12,000 CPI TrueMove3+ Dual Optical Sensor

$55 - Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse, Graphite Ships within 1-2 months

$22 - NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch

$25 - HyperX Double Shot Black & White Pudding PBT Keycaps - 104 Mechanical Keycap Set for Cherry MX

$30 - Corsair mm350 Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Pad Extended XL

$10.50 - SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Cloth

$23 - SteelSeries QcK Gaming Surface - Medium Hard

$135 - Razer Huntsman: Opto-Mechanical Switch

$55 - Logitech C920 Webcam HD Pro (960-000764)


$10.91 - AmazonBasics AAA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries (8-Pack) Pre-charged 850mAh

$12.48 - AmazonBasics AAA Rechargeable Batteries (12-Pack) 800mAh

$18.89 - AmazonBasics AA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries (8-Pack) Pre-charged 2400mAh

$1.49 - Oreos and other snacks :)

u/AGWiebe · 27 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Heads up. Same price on amazon with better return policy.


Also looks like it is QLC if that matters to you.

u/PriceKnight · 22 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

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u/RobbeSch · 15 pointsr/buildapcsalesuk

Here's a direct link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ I'm not a fan of random websites in between.

u/gochris · 8 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

This or the Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_R8hlDbCSXN69G for $106? This would be for OS + games, or...I could maybe keep my 256GB SSD for OS and use this 1TB for games.

u/Masterdan · 8 pointsr/bapccanada

(1) 1TB SSD on sale https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_R8hlDbCSXN69G for $130. The days of having to compromise and have an OS SSD and everything else on old-school HDDs is over at this pricepoint.

(2) Get the Ryzen 5 3600. Its so much better and I've seen it for $260ish which isn't much more for a +10-20% performance on a much more efficient 7nm fab.

(3) If you can afford it, I'd get the 2060 Super or wait for the 5700/5700XT to come out with a non-blower based cooling option. You're looking at $500ish for a graphic card, but the 1660Ti is a lot of money for a card that already feels eclipsed by more recent releases.

u/Billeur · 7 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Because it's not a full-on deal, I'll post it here: Amazon has multiple Crucial P1 1TB drives for less than 100$, in Warehouse Deals.

E: All 7 of them have been sold.

u/paulatreides0 · 7 pointsr/neoliberal

/u/JetJaguar124 /u/Integralds

So first thing's first, Windows: ~$130 for Home Edition.

Okay, so things to keep in mind:

  1. If you go Intel, overclocking isn't too great on 9th gen intel, especially if you don't have a beefy aftermarket cpu cooler. So if you don't plan on doing that at some point then you don't need a K series CPU and an overclocking motherboard. So your motherboard should primarily focus on giving you decent I/O options.

  2. You also probably want to aim for 1080p or 1440p tops, given your price range.

  3. Related to #1: If you don't plan on overclocking then a basic-ish mobo will do fine, and you mainly want to focus on I/O and other features. If you are getting Intel doubly so, as, as I mentioned before, intel 9th gen doesn't overclock well due to relatively low headroom to begin with. For intel overclocking boards are "Z" while non-overclocking boards are "B". For AMD they are "X" and "B" respectively.

    The GPU you should be seeking to use is the 1660 Ti, which is basically a slightly gimped RTX 2060 but without the raytracing stuff. If you are willing to spend a bit more then you could get an RX 5700 instead, which is nearly ~30% faster on average.

    That'll put you at $270 - $360 depending on the model you pick. Yes, it's a third of your budget, but the GPU is the single most important part of your build.

    Secondly you'll want a decent CPU to go with that.

    The Ryzen 5 3600 looks like a pretty good CPU, its a bit under $200, its fairly beefy and extendable so it's somewhat "future-proof" - in that it shouldn't cause much bottlenecking and you could upgrade your GPU past a 2080 Ti before needing to change the processor.

    This MSI Tomohawk Mobo looks good for the 3600.

    So we're at ~$320 for that, or about $640 total. Plus windows that is ~$730.

    The RAM Inty recommended before should be fine. You only really need 16 GB. This will set you back ~$80. If you find yourself wanting more RAM later down the line you can always add another pair of sticks later and double up your RAM.

    That puts us at around ~$800.

    $80 for a 750W Fully Modular Corsair PSU is basically a steal. It's refurbished though, although that shouldn't be a problem - especially with a PSU.

    We're at ~$880.

    Some good thermal paste for your CPU.

    We're now at ~$890.

    Storage depends on what you want to do. Do you install a lot of stuff and files at once? In which case you might want to get a nice sized SSD plus a big HDD.

    For your system drive. Plenty of space, good price, AND its an nvme SSD.

    That makes for ~$990.

    If you need lots of extra space

    If you need extreme extra space

    Keyboard and case are up to you, decide as you please. For the case just make sure that it can support an ATX mobo, as the mobo listed here is full ATX. Mechanical keyboards are crack, but they tend to be more expensive so they're probably out of range. This will be another $100 to $150 depending on what you pick.

    Something to keep in mind though: Your case and your monitors are basically "future proof". In other words, they won't really get "worse" with time or cause future performance issues. So monitors and case are things where you want to consider what you'll eventually want and buy ahead, even if you have to stretch a bit.

    This just leaves your monitor. I would NOT recommend a 1080p monitor above 24 in. Honestly, if you can go for a 1440p monitor then do it. I'm a bit of a resolution whore tho, so if 1080p works for you then that's fine. I would also avoid TN panels - they tend to look more washed out, tinny, and have worse viewing angles . . . although they also tend to be a fair bit cheaper than the good panels (namely IPS panels).

    I used to own one of these . . . it was vvy vvy gud. This is a relatively artsy monitor, so if color gamut correctness or whatever is important for you for photo or video editing or whatever, then this is a good pick. It's a bit expensive, yeah, but also super gorgeous. It also goes up to 75 Hz. Conversely, get a freesync monitor, and this one is probably good - haven't done much research on it, but Dells are generally pretty good in my experience (my current 4K monitor is a Dell too). Freesync will allow you to basically eliminate screen tearing and will provide a smoother feeling experience because it will even out frame rates better.

    One last thing to keep in mind: Shopping around on ebay and other sites can save you a fair bit. My rule of thumb is to never, ever buy sensitive parts like hard-drives, cpus, or motherboards second hand or refurbished. But everything else is fair game. So refurbished GPUs, Monitors, PSUs, Cases, etc. should be fine. Pre-owned? Ehhh . . . that I'm much, much more sketchy on - personally I wouldn't, but that's just me.

    So in total it'd be somewhere in the range of $1500 including monitor, OS, case, and keyboard. The system itself is around $1000. But you can perhaps knock off a hundred bucks or two by shopping around and looking for where you can buy these parts cheaper than Amazon.

    But again: investing in a good monitor and case can be worth it. It means you won't have to replace it if/when you do upgrade. And worst case scenario you can offload your monitor as a side/secondary monitor when you upgrade your monitor to a new one.
u/cyaaron · 6 pointsr/buildapc

Consider a NON-SATA SSD. It'll be a tad more expensive but worth it. SATA has inherent speed bottlenecks and the gains are noticeable. I don't think the mobo has m.2 slots, but if it does(asrock b450m-hdv is ITX, has m.2, and is way cheaper) then you won't need another mobo.

Also pay attention to the m.2 slot wiring. Some are m-key(NVMe) only and others are b+m(NVMe+SATA Compatible).

The SSD I linked below is double the price but more than doubles your speed.

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_2yhYCbZ9HBF92

u/77xak · 6 pointsr/buildapc

Your motherboard supports either SATA or NVMe. NVMe is faster, however you won't notice the extra speed unless you do certain tasks that read/write massive amounts of data regularly (common example is high res video editing.)

That being said, there are now some NVMe drives such as the Crucial P1 which are similar in price to SATA drives, in which case you get both speed and cost effectiveness.

u/ShapeOfAUnicorn · 6 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

I'm building a new high end pc from the ground up. Should I be taking advantage of any of these sales? I feel like the mouse and power supply are automatic purchases but I'm a newbie so I wanted to see if I can get any help here first. Sorry if this is filling up the discussion post.


I read that the crucial's aren't good because once you reach 75% capacity it dramatically slows your pc down? Also, don't know if external SSDs are recommended but should I bite on that SanDisk?

Samsung 1TB 860 EVO

Crucial P1 1TB m.2 SSD

SanDisk 1TB Portable External SSD

Power Supply

Corsair RM850x, 850 Watt Gold Certified Fully Modular Power Supply


I don't even know if I will need a coouler, and if I want to go liquid cooling route, and I don't care about RGB, but for a high end pc I'm assuming I should buy?

Corsair H115i RGB Platinum AIO Liquid CPU Cooler


This seems like the best deal on a mouse no?

Logitech® MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse


Was actually looking for 32GB RAM, should I pass since if I go AMD mobo route, having to use more than 2 will cause a slowdown right?

Ballistix Elite 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 3600 MT/s

u/ivan659712 · 6 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 $105.99 with Prime


u/NEXTAltair · 3 pointsr/jisakupc



u/jsquadron · 3 pointsr/HardwareSwapUK

If you don't mind QLC drives, Amazon are selling "new" 1TB Crucial NVME drives for around £82. I bought one earlier for £78. Link here

u/SRTGANG · 3 pointsr/buildapc

https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_6?keywords=Nvme&qid=1554438831&s=gateway&sr=8-6&th=1 1 TB NVME, its double the price of ur current ssd, buty also double the storage, but its cheap price, and works well, about 4x the speed of an ssd, just got mine today!

u/psimwork · 3 pointsr/buildapc

Why you would buy that when you can buy this which is cheaper and faster is beyond me. :)

u/Used_Taco · 3 pointsr/buildapc

SSDs are cheap enough now that I'd just go with an SSD personally. You can get a 1TB NVMe for around $100


(Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_5vASDbCG478F7)

Before people start talking about it being a slow SSD, sure it's 20% slower than a Samsung 970 Evo or whatever, but it's probably 6 times faster than an HDD.

Of course it also depends on how much storage you need. Personally, I'd get a 1TB SSD and maybe a 2TB HDD if you need that much storage, which I would.

u/Spongeytwo · 3 pointsr/shittykickstarters

> A 2 TB kingston flash drive (with substantially worse data transfer specs) retails for around 1,000 dollars right now, to put this in perspective, their goal for this campaign was 6,380 dollars.

Uh, do you not know what they're talking about? https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_3?crid=15H6GFPRP8B0E&keywords=1tb+ssd+nvme&qid=1573096311&sprefix=1%2Caps%2C190&sr=8-3 heck of a lot cheaper than $1k ($96). Obviously that's not in an enclosure, but that ain't adding $900 to the price

u/-UserRemoved- · 3 pointsr/buildapc

You aren't benefitting from NVMe, I certainly wouldn't recommend getting a 970. NVMe drives are significantly faster in sequential read/write speeds (that's the speed that's listed there), which play little to no role in load times. You'll have the same experience as you do currently with your sata SSD.

If you need more space, get another sata SSD. If you really want NVMe, get a cheap one like the Crucial P1, since it makes no difference anyways.

u/Integralds · 3 pointsr/buildapc

For our purposes, it means that you should look at the inexpensive NVMe SSDs like the Intel 660p or the Crucial P1, and avoid the more expensive drives like the Samsung 970 Evo or 970 Pro.

u/notqthrowaway · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

How does this compare with the Crucial P1 that is also on sale?

u/ThinkMention · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Yes albeit lower ratio(fixed 256MB at all sizes), regular SSDs use 1GB:1TB ratio

Get crucial P1 same hardware but with regular DRAM size, currently 105$ at amazon

This is QLC so performance is low in sequential performance and endurance isn't as TLC.

u/maniacalyeti · 2 pointsr/PcMasterRaceBuilds

No need to split up the drive for a 1 tb drive if you can get this instead.

u/KingInTheNorth035 · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_bLyQCbXN2Q83T

Better deal in my opinion only 139.99

u/jaypatel149 · 2 pointsr/Alienware

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_6ZpQCbNBNXHP4

Is this good enough??

u/coololly · 2 pointsr/buildapc

The samsung is NVMe, the crucial is SATA.

but I would go for this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/?tag=pcp0f-21

Its NVMe like the samsung, but actually costs less than the MX500

u/ecco311 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Buy a Crucial P1, it's cheaper and has 500GB, 250GB is really not enough it for gaming unless you have Gbit internet and want to uninstall/download as you wish, but even then.... with games like cod that are up to 120GB... yeah...


For 30$ more you can get 1TB: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=crucial+p1&qid=1572203616&s=electronics&sr=1-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyWTZOMFhTRkdJNFo4JmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMjcxMDQ1M1UyN1E0MU8xNzZXSyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUExMDM2NDAyMkszTFM3NDRWVDQ2SyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2F0ZiZhY3Rpb249Y2xpY2tSZWRpcmVjdCZkb05vdExvZ0NsaWNrPXRydWU=

And with a cheaper PSU/mobo you can get an RX 580/590 or maybe 1660ti. 570 for 185 is way too expensive anyway.

This PC here would honestly be a lot better, mainly due to higher capacity SSD and the noticeably better GPU) and at the same time cheaper:

[PCPartPicker Part List](https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Dxkgwh)




**CPU** | [AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/jLF48d/amd-ryzen-5-2600-34ghz-6-core-processor-yd2600bbafbox) | $117.68 @ Amazon

**Motherboard** | [ASRock Fatal1ty B450 GAMING K4 ATX AM4 Motherboard](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Pq97YJ/asrock-fatal1ty-b450-gaming-k4-atx-am4-motherboard-b450-gaming-k4) | $84.99 @ Amazon

**Memory** | [Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/QDhKHx/corsair-vengeance-rgb-pro-16gb-2-x-8gb-ddr4-3200-memory-cmw16gx4m2c3200c16) | $84.99 @ Amazon

**Storage** | [Crucial P1 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/pxKcCJ/crucial-p1-1tb-m2-2280-solid-state-drive-ct1000p1ssd8) | $95.99 @ Amazon

**Video Card** | [PowerColor Radeon RX 590 8 GB RED DRAGON Video Card](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/KFzkcf/powercolor-radeon-rx-590-8-gb-red-dragon-video-card-axrx-590-8gbd5-dhd) | $189.99 @ Amazon

**Case** | [NZXT H510 ATX Mid Tower Case](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/6Cyqqs/nzxt-h510-atx-mid-tower-case-ca-h510b-w1) | $69.98 @ Amazon

**Power Supply** | [Corsair CXM 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/R2mxFT/corsair-power-supply-cp9020103na) | $69.98 @ Amazon

**Wireless Network Adapter** | [Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I PCIe x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter](https://pcpartpicker.com/product/tTdqqs/gigabyte-wireless-network-card-gcwb867di) | $35.52 @ Amazon

| *Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts* |

| **Total** | **$749.12**

| Generated by [PCPartPicker](https://pcpartpicker.com) 2019-10-27 15:21 EDT-0400 |

u/spinal2k · 2 pointsr/portugal

A net não é só pornhub, também é para aprender. :D


Eu já percebi. Olha, esse especifico que disseste. esse é NVME... Como já disseram antes, desses é dificil de encontrar a menos de 100€. A principal diferença é que esses chegam a velocidades de 2000MB/s e os SSD SATA M.2 estão limitados a 600MB/s do sata 3.

Em jogos isto nota-se pouco, se trabalhares com ficheiros grandes (video, photoshop, etc) é que vais notar a sério.

Isto seria a minha recomendação para ti


ou isto


Esse ultimo tem más reviews (vê no youtube), informa-te

u/jamvanderloeff · 2 pointsr/techsupport

Can put one together yourself, for example this https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Enclosure-Adapter-M-Key-External/dp/B07W3TV2MK + https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ . The "early bird" specials on the kickstarters ain't bad but they're also advertising shipping in January and March, they may just be counting on the drives getting cheaper before they ship.

u/Natzely · 2 pointsr/GamingLaptops

This thread is about month old so not sure if I'll get a response.

I bought this M.2 Drive for my secondary drive and it did not work. It either would not load windows from the primary after installation or the disk manager would not detect even if the BIOS did. What makes it different than the Crucial M.2 or the Sabrent both which have been claimed to work?


I'm pretty much having this exact issue.


EDIT: I returned the ADATA drive and bought the Sabrent. The Sabrent worked fine when I restarted my computer once after the installation.

u/TheBookSloth · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Nah the psu is perfectly fine. Don’t think they’ll be going for a 2080 TI plus you won’t find any sfx with a higher wattage than 600 (Corsair has one for 750w) but it’s expensive. I have a similar set up except the 600w Gold rated on a gtx 980 and an i7-9700k, nearly identical set up

You’re spot on about the m.2.

WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB PC SSD - SATA III 6 Gb/s, M.2 2280 - WDS100T2B0B https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073SB2MXT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ph4lDbW120T9Z

This one is good though not NvMe fast speeds,
The one OP has is solid and it’s on sale $150 isn’t bad for an NvMe 1tb but here are ones a little cheaper

Silicon Power 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 TLC R/W up to 3,400/3,000MB/s SSD (SU001TBP34A80M28AB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L6GF81L/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_tj4lDb7HY225A

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_1j4lDb9MCJZFM

Kingston Digital SA1000M8/960G A1000 960GB PCIe NVMe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C8NNQ4Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ml4lDb73E6M6P

u/justinsane15 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Question about NVME m.2 SSDs.

Started building a new Ryzen based build during Prime days. Intent was to buy two 1TB SSDs, one for boot+programs and another for games only. Literally only just learned about m.2 during the sale, and with limited education on the subject bought a Crucial P1 1TB from Newegg in a bundle with some ram, with the intention of buying a second if I could catch a sale (I missed them all for that particular drive). In the meantime, I've educated myself on the subject and learned about TLC vs QLC and how QLC speeds can plummet under long usage, and don't work well once 70% or more full.

Doing more research, it seems like the Sabrent Rocket is a very good budget TLC drive, so I'm think I'm going to pick up at least one, but now I'm considering buy two to use over the Crucial P1. Problem is, since it's part of a bundle I can't return it on its own (not to mention having to pay for return shipping) so I'm kinda flummoxed on what to do. In a vacuum where the effort of disposing of the Crucial wouldn't matter, should I get two Sabrents and sell the Crucial, or are the horror stories not a big deal and just keep the Crucial and get one Sabrent. And if I go that route, which one would be better as the gaming drive?

u/GaryJS3 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I thought this too, yet you can get a 1TB Nvme for pretty much the same price. Such as this one

u/wankertank · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

This was just $80: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_epglDbC37HVZB

Looks like prime day sale ended however :( Keep checking for new deals!

NVME drives are the way to go.

u/MCMikeCheck · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

I have an issue trying to buy a prime deal item. (https://www.amazon.ca/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?_encoding=UTF8&ref_=mh_s9_acsd_simh_b3cC8H5_c_x_2_w)


Whenever I try to actually add the item to cart and check out, at some point in the process it'll remove the prime deal and even remove it from my cart before I can make the payment. It'll come back randomly but it keeps doing it. Please help.

u/bananabread117 · 2 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_R8hlDbCSXN69G

How is this ssd? Is this a reliable NVME drive? Says its 106$ with prime deals for 1tb

u/kissmekennyy · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Looks good to me. The only things that I would change is the motherboard to something that has 4 slots for RAM just in case you want more RAM in the future and a 1tb SSD instead of 500gb. I have a 500gb SSD and it filled up quickly. Probably sitting at 80% full if I had to take a guess. I picked up this SSD for $80 on Amazon today because it was on sale for Prime Day. If you're not a Prime member you can still take up the deals you see though by creating a prime account and then cancelling it after you get your items in the mail (first 30 days of Prime are free). I know a lot of people that have done this. You won't be charged anything for creating a Prime account. They will ask for credit card info though but that's to keep it on record if you were to keep the account.

u/CanisMajoris85 · 2 pointsr/virtualreality

1TB NVME SSD for $99 US

Ya I'd say just spend a little bit more and get a 1tb NVME SSd which is much faster. Otherwise looks good, I like the 2070 Super since it's close to 1080 TI and 2080 performance.

u/t3hPoundcake · 1 pointr/buildapc

Will this M.2 drive work with my MSI B450-A Pro motherboard? And how is the performance of this drive compared to other SSD's? I don't care that it's not as fast as like a 970 EVO, I just want to know if it will be faster than a standard SATA ssd? Otherwise I will save a bit more and get a faster M.2

u/DKisCRUSHIN · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Soooo by your reasoning am I okay...I bought the 2TB (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GCLLKDC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1) for my PC gaming needs and it's where I store & run ALL of my games from. Is this fine? I have the 1TB (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) as my OS drive as well. (have 2 M.2 slots on the Mobo)
By my understanding, I'm fine with running this right? Or will using it for gaming wear it out faster?

u/ultra-laser · 1 pointr/laptops

Yes its a NVME...from what Ive seen its a pretty decent one. Not as fast as a Samsung 970...but its better than a cheap one. My experience with NVME is the larger the capacity the faster they are. Because they can dedicate more cache space. There are some very interesting vids on how they work and store data. Its not like anything else.

Since there is a 2nd slot you can add more space down the road. There are also USB 3.0 enclosures for the NVME drives, so you can get a super small 1-2 TB external thats very fast.

I have this enclosure - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MLJ7FRD/

and this drive - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07J2Q4SWZ

Im super impressed using it as an external.

u/littleman54321 · 1 pointr/GamingLaptops

Just picked this up! Added a crucial 1TB NVMe as well. Not the fastest, but it's fast enough to not be a bottleneck. And for $80 I felt it was worth it.

u/SuumCuique_ · 1 pointr/de


1tb NVME M.2 für 107€. Ob es jetzt signifikant schneller ist als ne normale SATA will ich nicht beurteilen, aber das Angebot sieht einfach gerade zu gut aus.

u/ConsistentBit8 · 1 pointr/buildapc


Are they any more expensive than regular SSDs? This 1tb doesn't seem that much more expensive than regular SSDs (price in CAD, its 131 in USD https://www.amazon.ca/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=nvme+ssd&qid=1555898363&s=gateway&sr=8-2) $30 isn't that much more expensive and it looks like there's a performance boost "SATA SSDs have a maximum speed of 600 MB per second, while M.2 PCIe cards can hit 4 GB per second"

However it looks like the intel read speed is 225MB/s, not exactly close to the SATA limit? The slower SSD claims 351/85. I'll need to look around more and make sure one isn't in bytes while other is bits.

> If you are getting a Ryzen CPU, get memory that's compatible with the CPU family

Not sure what that means but I might get the 2400G you suggested as many have.

Thanks! That all looks fine. Looks like I take out one of the SSDs and I'm all set? I think you said I don't need a case fan. I think 1gb of SSD is overkill so I crossed out the above.

u/Xenoflower7 · 1 pointr/buildapc

for ssd better buy nvme ssd more faster than sata ssd

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8


Price only 128 USD and Used Version only 103 USD

u/_higoo_ · 1 pointr/buildapc

Trying to choose a M.2 sdd for my new build, choosing between a Crucial or a Western Digital, the western digital has a ton more reviews on amazon but the crucial has 3x the listed sequential Read/Write speeds for roughly the same price (Crucial is actually cheaper now on sale) Am I missing something obvious here? links are below for reference, looking to get an opinion on which you think is better


Crucial Link: https://www.amazon.ca/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_4?crid=1KXZV8MHXV9DS&keywords=m2+nvme+ssd&qid=1555191997&s=gateway&sprefix=m.2+nvme%2Caps%2C144&sr=8-4

Western Digital Link: https://www.amazon.ca/Blue-NAND-500GB-SSD-WDS500G2B0B/dp/B073SB2MXT/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=western%2Bdigital%2Bm.2&qid=1555192114&s=gateway&sr=8-1&th=1

u/GhostBond · 1 pointr/buildapc

Are you sure they're not m.2 ssd's? I've seen those the same price or slightly cheaper than the full size ssd version. Nvme has always been pricier when I looked.

Samsung 1tb SSD ($150):

Samsung 1tb Nvmr ($300):

This is the typical pricing...nvme typically costs twice as much.

The cheapest 1tb ssd is the samsung evo at 1tb ($107...it seems to be temporarily more expensive for some reason but it was $107 for a while and I'm sure it will drop back):

I can find equivalent m.2 sata ssd's for around the same price (note that it's not an nvme):

If your motherboard supports nvme (it's pretty new) and what you're buying is reliable, then yeah, there's no drawback to getting it. I would just be suspicious about it. But yeah, nvme if supported by your motherboard, at the same price, no drawbacks.

u/nanoosx · 1 pointr/MatebookXPro

Crucial P1 1Tb for 130$ on amazon and it is now 104$

Crucial P1 1000GB M.2/NGFF (2280) NVMe/PCIe https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_3G6PCbEPJMZ5E

u/LoneSilentWolf · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

Amazon takes care of all the shipping charges. If you contact customer support and plead for some discount you might get it aswell.

Also is that shipping charges only or customs duty aswell?

I read you're ordering on a business account, just make sure IT department won't demand GST on it later.

Curious to check shipping costs I checked myself too and for all the parts chose by you I'm also getting about 570usd as shipping charges. Could probably because due to large amount of things they'll send it in a single shipment and costs go down.

I used my personal account not a business account.

Also suggestion instead of 860 pro get 970 Evo plus you'll save more money.
If you really want a data SSD, I'd suggest to go for crucial MX 500 500gb SSD. It's half the price but has similar performance. The difference which there is you most likely won't notice.

The 70-80 USD you save then use it to get crucial mx500 m.2 500gb SSD

Or just get crucial MX 500 1tb m.2 nvme SSD.

All these alternatives (barring the first )will give you some faster storage and not much price difference,

u/JagSKX · 1 pointr/laptops

Best bang for the buck RAM would be the following 8GB stick for $30.


The best bang for the buck m.2 PCIe NVMe SSD would be the following Crucial P1 1TB SSD for $96. If that is too much, then the WD Blue 500GB SSD (in previous post) would be better.



A 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD typically sell for around $120 (2nd tier brand). or $150 (1st tier brand). The reason why the Crucial P1 (tier 1 brand) is less than $100 is because it lacks some hardware for the SSD to reach it's full potential. It is still a lot faster than the hard drive and a lot faster than a 2.5" SATA SSD as well. Additionally, what you plan on doing with the laptop does not require you to have the highest performance SSD.

u/num2005 · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

is there a reason to get this 90$ SATA3 over this 132$ NVMe Drive?


isnt 42$ worth the 7times faster speed of NVMe?


u/Mad-Slick · 1 pointr/bapccanada

I just bought the Crucial P1 for a bit cheaper than that.

It seems to have good reviews.

u/legos45 · 1 pointr/LaptopDeals

It's definitely fairly solid for the price, but I wouldn't consider that to be an incredible deal. The Lenovo Flex 14 + a 1 TB SSD + a 16 GB RAM stick is cheaper.

u/MadmanRB · 1 pointr/computers

The PSU is (mostly) fine, the extra 4 pins on that motherboard are for LN2 cooling so no worries.

Longevity should be a non issue.

Though i would not get that 1TB NVME ssd, its overpriced and 1TB will be eaten alive by any games so you may want.

SSD's only make game loading faster, they do not give you more FPS


Here: I made some modifications to your build




This shifts the budget to a better power supply while shifting to a smaller capacity SATA SSD yes but NVME really isnt worth the price premium IMHO and i will be honest I think 1TB SSD's are still a bit too pricey.

NVME is only better for fast data transfer and or if you are going to make this into a media content creation PC but otherwise I would skip it.

Its still better to pair a traditional SSD with a HDD for mass storage, SSD's are great boot drives yes and having them is a great boon indeed.

But as having games on them..... eh its nice to have but not needed.

I mean if you still want a NVME 1TB ssd well there are cheaper options such as this:



Far cheaper and will work fairly well


There is also this:




I hear good things about the sabrant rocket, a fairly affordable NVME SSD.

Sabrent isnt like samsung (they are a bit of a off brand) but its not a bad deal there :D

u/ThrowawayBanter10101 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Thank you for all your help. It turns out that I need an m.2 version of an SSD. Upon perusal of forums it has thrown up the below issues and I would appreciate any advice regarding it. Please see below.

u/adantj · 1 pointr/linux4noobs

This is 120 for me:

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_nLG2CbA2VD28Z

But it's slower than the Samsung you mentioned

Says sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB

u/Splongus · 1 pointr/buildapc

you're right! it's my error not knowing key types. should probably be more heavily advertised (or at least not severely hidden like this one) for people like me who don't know the difference yet. i feel like last i knew, this was the price of a 1TB SATA M.2 drive. they are so inexpensive now, and this one is even cheaper

u/JM-Lemmi · 1 pointr/buildapc

Hey, i have a short question about SSDs:


I want to increase the storage on my laptop. I currently have a Lenovo branded Samsung 512GB NVME SSD and I'm looking for 1 TB.


I'm pretty sure i want NVME again, but not sure which exact model I would want to go with.


Samsung, WD and SanDisk all have them at about 230€. The Curcial P1 is only 150€, so what gives?

u/Z1839 · 1 pointr/macpro

Awesome, so this Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_yvOEDb2ZA6QK6

That’s funny because I just paid the same price for this Crucial BX500 960GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-Inch Internal SSD - CT960BX500SSD1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KLD9333/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_bwOEDbAT7GHNP

Might be worth switching

u/sendaer0 · 1 pointr/razer

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_p2FmDbZMSZ0H9

I’m not sure on the warranty thing... you could always put in a ticket and ask razer. The subreddit might be a good place to ask too, after googling of course. Let me know what you come up with!

u/risingryze · 1 pointr/techsupport

Thank you for the help. Then, just to confirm, this would be compatible with my laptop right? https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-500GB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=m.2+ssd+nvme&qid=1563671297&s=electronics&sr=1-1-spons&th=1#customerReviews

Does it being NVMe change anything with regards to that?

I realize that these are very googleable questions. I'm just getting slightly lost in the technical jargon, haha.

u/jaylintrepid · 1 pointr/buildapc

I only find 1TB crucial for 100$ on amazon, your mobo has two M2 slot but the second one is smaller and not accepting 2280.



the sabrent 2tb is listed at 220$ on amazon:


u/karioca19cm · 1 pointr/Dell

Yes, I meant drivers. Sorry. Do you know if these SSD's fit my XPS 15? (and what is better)




Thanks for the attention and patience.

u/iunhUe2s · 1 pointr/AmItheAsshole

NVMe for $60 here (QLC NAND but for everyday applications it will be blisteringly fast)

You can also get 1TB NVMe drives with proper NAND for $100 which is $50 per 512GB

I am sure if you do some shopping around you can find a SATA interface M.2 drive for $10 less

Prices have dropped dramatically since Christmas of last year so I wouldn't put much stock in what the other commenter said, I paid $185CAD for a 1TB WD Blue M.2 SSD last October which was a "reasonable" price at the time, now that same drive is $40CAD cheaper even from the same website, and even here in Canada you can get a 1TB NVMe drive for less than I paid back then for SATA

u/DatBoi73 · 1 pointr/VRchat

Nothing about the quest is "New". Windows Mixed Reality has had inside out tracking since launch. The Quest's hardware consists of a Mobile Processor from two years ago with an integrated GPU that only runs at 710Mhz, only 2.75 GB of memory that is actually available for software to use (Most PC's have at least 8GB of memory), OLED panels that only run at 72Hz (72 frames per second. Most PC VR headsets use 90Hz and some like the Valve Index can even go over that although, it uses LCD panels instead of OLED) .

The resolution actually doesn't seem to be too bad but, it's still better to have a lower resolution display with a higher refresh rate than a higher resolution display with a lower refresh rate because lower refresh rates are worse for the user's experience because it increases the likelihood of Motion Sickness


Also, $100 for 64GB extra storage is a joke. It would cost almost nothing to include a MicroSD card slot. You could also get a 1TB M.2 SSD for the same price as the 64GB of extra storage.


TLDR: For the most part, the Quest is a joke. Just get a Steam VR compatible headset instead.

u/raistlin65 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Get an M.2 NVME SSD instead of that traditional 2.5" SSD. They are generally faster, and you install them by plugging them into the motherboard, no cables. Here are a couple to look into



u/hzumbru1 · 1 pointr/MSILaptops

>MSI ge72vr 7rf Apache pro

So the website says this is the specification of the SSD: 1x M.2 SSD Combo (NVMe PCIe Gen3 / SATA ). This means any standard M.2 size should fit in there. It seems you can also add an additional 2.5-inch drive. I don't know what your budget if but I would go with an NVME drive as they are a lot faster is a link to one as an example: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=m.2+nvme&qid=1565272987&s=gateway&sr=8-5


This video shows the hard drive being replaced, but you can ignore that part just install it in the slot it fits into: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVdLpVPRANI

u/danieldl · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

That's not a valid reason to post a link with a referal. You always remove the part after the last / ...


That part is the referal, the keyword used for the search and some more search parameters that nobody need to know:


u/TeamWorkOPleaseNerf · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Found a great deal on a QLC NVMe if he needs the speed for whatever reason https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/

u/jo35 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Here. https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?keywords=1tb+nvme&qid=1563236863&s=gateway&sr=8-4

Also, just my 2 cents, if you’re hanging on to this rig for a while, I’d go for 32gb ram. If you’re not and you upgrade frequently, you’re fine with 16gb. I hold on to my rigs for like 5-7 years, so I went with 32.

u/Sonic_The_Margehog · 1 pointr/buildapc

I found a great deal on this crucial nvme https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crucial-CT1000P1SSD8-Solid-State-Drive/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=crucial+1tb&psr=PDAY&qid=1563312854&s=prime-day&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&sr=1-1 .

Is there anything wrong with having my Sabrent 512gb nvme as boot drive and other stuff and then have most of my games on the 1tb nvme?

u/Ki18 · 1 pointr/buildapc


I was debating whether to buy this earlier but I don’t need it so I decided against it. If however I did, I would probably run and not walk and be happy with it.

u/GlassDeviant · 0 pointsr/Windows10

Upgrade. 1TB 2.5" and M.2 SSDs are so cheap now. Fits the OS and all my programs with plenty of room to spare, then all the data files can go on the HDD.

Some examples I looked up just now (for reference):

Crucial 1TB M.2 $99

Samsung 1TB 2.5" $140

Samsung 2TB 2.5" $280