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    TeamGroup T-Force Cardea Zero Z440 NVMe SSD (1TB)

    Jumping on the superfast bandwagon.
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    Re: TeamGroup T-Force Cardea Zero Z440 NVMe SSD (1TB)

    Looking through all this, the buy would fall on kingston.

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    Re: TeamGroup T-Force Cardea Zero Z440 NVMe SSD (1TB)

    Quote Originally Posted by QuorTek View Post
    Looking through all this, the buy would fall on kingston.
    It does show that PCIe4 is not as important as latency and IOPs from the controller and the sort of flash used. But it is all down to intended usage and cost.

    Some of these drives are double the cost per GB of the slower drives, and for example the game loading speed you are going to notice double the space more than extra performance that an average home user won't really feel.

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    Re: TeamGroup T-Force Cardea Zero Z440 NVMe SSD (1TB)

    This kinda feels like extra fast or extra tight timed RAM; you pay a premium for results you'd struggle to feel outside of benchmarking. Would much rather use the 70 quid difference in price from a PCIe3 drive and put that money somewhere useful.

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    Re: TeamGroup T-Force Cardea Zero Z440 NVMe SSD (1TB)

    So i drive that will cost an arm, will perform only in benchmark, but in real world copy paste etc scenario performs abysmal... China?

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