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Old 09-01-19, 05:07 PM
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Kingston Reveals their A2000 and KC2000 Series NVMe SSDs

Faster SSDs with larger capacities.



Read more about Kingston's A2000 and KC2000 series SSDs.

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Where are the black PCBs!

All this silly RGB obsessing over the looks of your rig.. then you buy this monstrosity with a green PCB. Sky is falling I tell you! :P
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Old 10-01-19, 12:17 AM
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Where are the black PCBs!

All this silly RGB obsessing over the looks of your rig.. then you buy this monstrosity with a green PCB. Sky is falling I tell you! :P
The KC2000 pictured in the article is a black pcb

I don't think it matters though. Most new boards have a heat sink that goes on top of the M.2 slot so it gets covered up
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