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Old 22-09-20, 02:03 PM
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Samsung 980 Pro 1TB Review



The latest in a long line of high performance Samsung drives is here and we put it through it's paces.


Samsung 980 Pro 1TB Review

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Old 22-09-20, 11:25 PM
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Have been waiting for these for a while now but I'll hold out longer for the 2TB model and get 2 while im at it. Would have been interesting to test 2 of them on your X570, would there be a bottleneck there I wonder between the CPU driven m.2 port and the X570 driven m.2 port?
Still you should be touching 10GB/s happy days.
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Nice review thanks Guv!
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It's kinda crazy that we are this close to saturating PCIe 4.0 already.
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Old 23-09-20, 02:29 PM
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It's kinda crazy that we are this close to saturating PCIe 4.0 already.
Both thechnology and need existed. They just waited for AMD and Intel to make transition to Gen 4.
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It's kinda crazy that we are this close to saturating PCIe 4.0 already.
Right? man this SSD is barbaric lol.

Thanks for the review. I might just have to invest in some of these soon. Just waiting on whether it will make a difference to games first.
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Old 23-09-20, 03:54 PM
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It's kinda crazy that we are this close to saturating PCIe 4.0 already.
We are for x4 lanes. We've got almost 32GB/s bandwidth on gen 4. It would be impossible to max out gen 4 on an x4 drive.

In theory we could have gotten these speeds with gen 3 and 8 lanes dedicated to it.
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Old 23-09-20, 07:52 PM
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We are for x4 lanes. We've got almost 32GB/s bandwidth on gen 4. It would be impossible to max out gen 4 on an x4 drive.

In theory we could have gotten these speeds with gen 3 and 8 lanes dedicated to it.
It is possible and pretty much done.
Behold the Liquid Element LQD4500.
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Anyone know if, and possibly when, there will be a 2TB version?...
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Old 23-09-20, 10:04 PM
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It is possible and pretty much done.
Behold the Liquid Element LQD4500.
Isn't this multiple drives in raid though?
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