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If your motherboard supports it, M.2 is the way to go.

Product: S70 2TB

By C. J. Elliott on 15 November 2019


If your motherboard supports it, M.2 is the way to go. These boards take less than 15 seconds to install, and you've now got a disk drive that is as fast as it gets(Faster even than SSD drives) If your motherboard doesn't have a native m.2 socket, you may be able to buy a PCI-E to M.2 adapter card Historically, I've used drives from the market leader, but this time I thought I would try these, as they are so much cheaper No difference in performance. Just as good and nearly half the price


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