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Old 25-08-16, 07:40 PM
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Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs for the mainstream market.



Read more on Intel's 600P series M.2 SSDs.

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Old 26-08-16, 02:54 AM
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If the £-$ conversion is decent then we should see some decent prices in the UK on these
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Old 26-08-16, 08:52 AM
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Wouldn't mind a 256gb for my OS but I'd need a PCIE adapter too.
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Old 26-08-16, 09:35 AM
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Wouldn't mind a 256gb for my OS but I'd need a PCIE adapter too.
Yeah i don't understand why companies like Intel & Samsung include the PCIE adapter it's only Kingston who does.
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Old 26-08-16, 10:16 AM
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Yeah i don't understand why companies like Intel & Samsung include the PCIE adapter it's only Kingston who does.
Because most motherboards without an m.2 slot, don't support booting from an m.2 drive.

And since most people only run their fastest ssd as their boot drive, including a PCIe adapter would mislead customers and cause a lot more support demand on the manufacturers side.

Yes you can run it from PCIe as a secondary drive, but who does tha? . Ok, I do, but I'd consider my self part of 1% of users...
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Green PCB though?... Nah, not my cup of tea.
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