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    Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD (1TB)

    Worth a premium over the likeable A2000?
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    Re: Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD (1TB)

    Why are you testing this against some older products such as the Samsung 950 pro, this product is not available or if it is, it would be more expensive than current newer products. Scan & OCuk are selling 960 & the Samsung 970 EVO 1TB which is in a similar price & availability bracket.

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    Re: Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD (1TB)

    "testing this against some older products such as the Samsung 950 pro" is useful. If I'm going to upgrade these old components I would like to know if the new stuff will be worse or much better. A few old reference points show progress over time and what to expect from 12m/18m/24m product cycles.

    If you still have the product or similar test bed system then why not keep the benchmark results. Do these new products make a noticeable difference to real world use?

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    Re: Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD (1TB)

    Yes am fine with seeing older products as well, then you get a view over performance vs gain and more.

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    Re: Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD (1TB)

    £145 vs £130 for 50% more performance. What's not to like. An extra 15 quid is nothing.

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    Re: Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD (1TB)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jace007 View Post
    Why are you testing this against some older products such as the Samsung 950 pro, this product is not available or if it is, it would be more expensive than current newer products. Scan & OCuk are selling 960 & the Samsung 970 EVO 1TB which is in a similar price & availability bracket.
    I don't mind comparison with 950 Pro for those that want to upgrade, but if I am building a new machine I would like a comparison with 970 EVO and 970 Pro as well.

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