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    Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    These are 2.5-inch SATA SSDs with SLC caching, in 512GB and 1TB capacities.
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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    Who do SSD when you can do " 4 times faster than a SSD "
    I doubt very much i will replace my one SSD when it die, any new drive will have to mount strait onto my motherboard.

    Even if i just have room for 3 drives there, thats plenty for me, and overflow still go to old spinners here.

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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentle Viking View Post
    Who do SSD when you can do " 4 times faster than a SSD "
    Because whatever replaces my HDDs will need to be both affordable and of equal capacity.
    So until there's a reliable 8TB m.2 NVME available for, say, £150, it doesn't matter a jot how many times faster something is.
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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    Yeah i get it people moving big data, i just deal in chunks which i can move around at my convenience, usually to a spinning drive as after that i dont really need to access it much anymore.
    1TB drives are plenty for my day 2 day stuff, even just 1 of those to be honest, i also just need 16 GB of RAM but i have 64 GB none the less.
    And i am just on 64 GB as in all of the years where 8 would have been enough i have been at 32 GB

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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    It's nice to see an SSD launch for sensible prices

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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    There is a thing about gaming last 3 years - RGB+red+transparent cooling pipes. If gamer wants something with normal price, he has to sacrifice one of the "important" features, good that team group understands there is a public for hardware without cristmas decoration.

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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    I question the "gaming" marketing of the product as it brings nothing special, rather a sensible feature set with a price to match.

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    Re: Team Group launches T-Force Vulcan G gaming SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by ByteMyAscii View Post
    I question the "gaming" marketing of the product as it brings nothing special, rather a sensible feature set with a price to match.
    On the one hand, having to spend squillions of [insert chosen currency] on the various overpriced CPUS, motherboards and graphics cards, as well as riding the market wave prices for PSUs and RAM, it makes perfect sense to balance that out with a reasonably price drive.

    On the other hand, no RGBs meanz it's not for Gamurz, so failz, LOLz. 1337, innit!
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