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    Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    A new name for a familiar company. We put it through its paces.
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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Cheap as chips and, a lot faster than SATA. Great for a new build on a tight budget.

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Wonder what they are doing with the OCZ brand then if they are knocking out consumer stuff with a new name.

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    Cheap as chips and, a lot faster than SATA. Great for a new build on a tight budget.
    Better price/performance opinions out there tbh, a budget machine is fine, but if saving a few ££ means a big dip in performance, that's a no from me....

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Better price/performance opinions out there tbh, a budget machine is fine, but if saving a few ££ means a big dip in performance, that's a no from me....
    Like what? £100 for an entry-level NVMe drive is equal to what everyone else is charging

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Memlue doesn't quite have the same ring to it, right?
    But surely they've missed a golden opportunity to be called Valory...

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    I a little bit more gets you a silicon power nvme which is a lot quicker.

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    Like what? £100 for an entry-level NVMe drive is equal to what everyone else is charging
    Look at the performance vs price metrics

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    I recently picked up a WD Blue SN550 1TB for not much more, it claims faster speeds than this but I have not benchmarked it properly yet.

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Surely it would have been a much valid test vs the WD blue 1tb pcie-3 drive than a pcie-4 drive costing almost twice as much??

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Good price/speed.The name is a bit unusual and difficult to remember - "give me ehm kiacia!"

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    I have the MP600 and I've come to it from SATA SSDs. I took the MP600 from PCI-e 3 to 4 as well.

    I have noticed no appreciable difference in drive performance in day to day workloads between the above. For certain workloads it makes a difference but really, I don't think you should consider the performance of this terrible. It's about the value proposition and it's really unfair to compare a reasonably high end drive to a mid range drive with near 50% price difference. If you're building a day to day machine or a gaming machine, then you are unlikely to benefit from greater performance than this has to offer.

    In a mid range drive, reproducible performance and good longevity is important. This isn't a fair comparison, and comparing a PCI-e 4 to a 3 drive is just making this drive look bad when it isn't. 1TB for around £100? That's not bad.

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Better price/performance opinions out there tbh, a budget machine is fine, but if saving a few ££ means a big dip in performance, that's a no from me....
    Like what? £100 for an entry-level NVMe drive is equal to what everyone else is charging
    You obviously didn't look very hard.
    Consider the crucial P1, which does not have the temperature issues yet similar performance.
    Or considerably better performing in sequential loads the Sabrent Rocket or Adata SX8200 Pro for around £130.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Percy1983 View Post
    I a little bit more gets you a silicon power nvme which is a lot quicker.
    30% more?

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Look at the performance vs price metrics
    Real world performance like this?

    There's no practical dip in performance between any SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by ByteMyAscii View Post
    You obviously didn't look very hard.
    Consider the crucial P1, which does not have the temperature issues yet similar performance.
    Or considerably better performing in sequential loads the Sabrent Rocket or Adata SX8200 Pro for around £130.
    P1 is QLC, so if theoretical performance matters to you then it's no good. It also doesn't have any more sophistication in how it handles heat

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    A rather dim question, what would be faster this or a SATA Samsung EVO 860? Is there a real world performance difference between them?

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    Re: Kioxia Exceria NVMe 1TB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by OwP View Post
    A rather dim question, what would be faster this or a SATA Samsung EVO 860? Is there a real world performance difference between them?
    This would probably be faster, but I expect you would struggle to really feel the difference.

    I've been recently speccing WD Blue NVMe drives as they are close enough to SATA prices and I like the lack of cables. Recent builds I haven't needed any sata power at all, which is nice with a modular PSU to just leave out that cable. Specially for a small PC where room is tight. Unless you mean SATA M.2 drives, I don't think I have ever actually used one of those but the same rules apply that modern SSDs are pretty much all good (the main brands at least).

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