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    Default A $200 Enterprise NVMe 960GB That Is Cheaper Than SATA Drives?

    Newegg has a sale on an enterprise level NVMe SSD that ends up being cheaper than a lot of SATA SSDs with the same capacity. Some performance numbers can be a tad slower than expected, but the sequential read and write speeds can make this an excellent games drive.

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    Default Re: A $200 Enterprise NVMe 960GB That Is Cheaper Than SATA Drives?

    OMG. What I wouldn't give for an array of these in an NFS/SAMBA server!

    Awesome.

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