I'm planning on a little Velka 3 build, with probably just one 2TB NVME ssd as my drive for weight purposes. As such, I'm having a heck of a time trying to compare some drives and see what's my best bang for the buck. For reference, I'm most likely going to have a B550I AORUS PRO AX for my mobo...
Currently looking at some OCuLink (SFF-8611) -host- to SAS (SFF-8643) -device- cables to potentially use in an adapter. The adapter will be housing a Samsung 970 Pro which has a max sequential read speed of 3,500 MB/s and a max sequential write speed of 2,700 MB/s. More info on the drive here...
So i’m sion buying myself a new system:
Louqe ghost s1
And as some of you might know this case only fits one 2,5" drive, I’m buying a 2TB ssd for storage but I need to partition it (I think)
As I want to have OS and games on the same 2,5" drive.
Looking around on Amazon, and I came across this: The Sabrent Rocket (The PCIE 3 model). The 2TB model is on Amazon UK for £279.99 or $229 on Amazon USA which seems like a crazy good deal considering how expensive 2TB drives are. Reviews seem OK, unless you plan on cloning (which I don't plan on...
im planning on building my new pc in the dancase a4 v4, but I have a few questions before i dive in and buy everything.
1. Can you mount the asetek 92mm aio in the back, and a 92 mm fan in the front under the mb? because i want to buy a ryzen 3000 cpu, and people recommend cooling for...
Thanks everyone for their help. I understand things now ?
So I'm in the process of buying PC parts for an SFF build.
I'm limited on space so I was planning on using a couple of M.2 drives and a 7mm 2.5" either SSD or HDD.
The board im gonna use (ROG Strix X470-I) says this...
Hi everyone, I'll be taking my NCASE to Quakecon this year as I replaced my Node 304 with it. A few years back, someone popped the side panel thumb screws off my buddy's computer and stole his SSD. Since then, we have used security screws on our cases during Quakecon. With the NCASE having no...
Apologies in advance if I've not posted this in the right place, I'm new to the forum.
I've already searched for similar posts, but I can't seem to find any...again, sorry in advance if there are any.
It's been a while since I have built a new 'cutting edge' PC, but I've finally decided to...
First post, so apologies if my category/formatting are wrong.
I've been looking to build an ultra-small rig and have a parts list thrown together,
the motherboard of which can take two M.2 SSDs; one standard 2280 form factor
and a 2260. Problem is, I can't find any 2260 size SSDs...
I just build my computer 3 months ago, and now it showed a serious problem: high fever on SSD
When I was playing and streaming 3 days ago, the computer frozen for a few seconds then turn to a GSOD,
CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED or something else, as same as you pull out your SSD when it is running...
Camel Proof: https://camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-MX300-Internal-Solid-State/product/B01IAGSDUE?active=price_amazon
For reference: the 1TB MX500 goes for $260
$154.99 w/ free shipping AND a 15$ gift card
While this is a cheap M.2 NVMe Drive, looking at its specs, this is still a good deal for someone who wants a decent drive for...
My Asrock X370 motherboard is described as having
1 x Ultra M.2 Socket, supports M Key type 2280 M.2 SATA3 6.0 Gb/s module and M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen3 x4 (32 Gb/s) (with Ryzen Series CPU) or Gen3 x2 (16 Gb/s) (with A-Series APU)* *Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks
The question is...
Hey guys, im doing a build for my girlfriend, and she wants a small form factor case. Ill either be using the mlo8 or the node 202.
The number one issue i have with these cases is that i plan to put a r9 fury nitro inside of it. So, theres no room for a 3.5 inch drive. So im considering getting...
So I'm looking at MSI H110I Pro. In Specification, it says:
M.2 Slot: 1x 2280 Key M(PCIe Gen2 x 4)
Does that mean for this board, I have to get the PCIe type instead of SATA type? Or both work? I want to get the latter one because it's cheaper.
So I've been thinking a lot about these, so I wanted to check if any of you have used them to save physical space in builds as compared to 2,5" drives for instance!
If you have, did you try out a few different ones for stability and performance differences?
If you have some...
It sure took them long enough but Intel's finally ready to take M.2 SSDs seriously. But not on performance or reliability is the fight being held, but on price:
Interesting, M.2 PCIe SSDs for everyone !