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Plextor M9Pe M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Cosmic Speeds, Itty-Bitty Size - MMORPG.com

SBFordSBFord Former Associate EditorMember LegendaryPosts: 33,126
edited January 2018 in News & Features Discussion

imagePlextor M9Pe M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Cosmic Speeds, Itty-Bitty Size - MMORPG.com

Gamers and content creators alike rely on the ability of their PCs to quickly access large data sets. M.2 drives have become more and more mainstream, and Plextor means to add another quality drive to their line-up. The question is: does the drive live up to the claims Plextor is making?

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  • azurreiazurrei Member UncommonPosts: 332
    Plextor?!?! I didn't even know the brand was still around...I recognize the name from premium optical drives back in the day - hmm, I think I'm getting old, lol.
  • ChaserzChaserz Member UncommonPosts: 258
    edited January 2018
    So the basis of comparison for this review is a 7200RPM magnetic hard drive? Buy an INTEL 600P NVE SSD and you'll have an improved experience as well for less money. While I understand a gaming site is not a full blown hardware review warehouse, I believe it's safe to say that many gamers today have SSD drives and most users know that upgrading from a conventional magnetic drive to just about any SSD will net appreciable results.
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  • KayAndroidKayAndroid Member UncommonPosts: 59

    Chaserz said:

    So the basis of comparison for this review is a 7200RPM magnetic hard drive? Buy an INTEL 600P NVE SSD and you'll have an improved experience as well for less money.

    While I understand a gaming site is not a full blown hardware review warehouse, I believe it's safe to say that many gamers today have SSD drives and most users know that upgrading from a conventional magnetic drive to just about any SSD will net appreciable results.



    I agree with this. but only because I'm currently using an Intel 600P NVME M.2 SSD, and it would have interesting to see a comparison between the two drives. But like Chaserz said, I understand that this isn't the place for hardcore hardware reviews, and I'm really grateful for this one!
  • SamhaelSamhael Member RarePosts: 1,330
    How are they figuring a MTBF: >1,500,000 Hours??? What tests were they running that went for 171 years?
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