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    SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD V2 (1TB)

    USB external portable storage has never been so fast.
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    Re: SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD V2 (1TB)

    Might be a silly question.
    Ok so the size of those drives , lets pick the 500GB one
    I would presume that this is the MB not MiB, so its actually around 477GiB we all understand this.

    ok so the tx speeds, is the 1,050MB/s MB or MiB?

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    Re: SanDisk Extreme PRO Portable SSD V2 (1TB)

    My son is now looking for a USB SSD as apparently you can play PS4 games from one on a PS5, freeing up some of the onboard SSD. Don't know if that could be made into a benchmark of some sort.

    Quote Originally Posted by rabidmunkee View Post
    ok so the tx speeds, is the 1,050MB/s MB or MiB?
    With my ex NAS engineer hat on: Storage has always been in 10^3 based SI standard units of k, M, G etc

    In RAM which is in chips with 2^n address lines using GiB still makes some sense to keep the numbers nice and round. Lengths of tape, areas of disk and drum have never had such considerations.

    So I would hope it is MB/s on a storage benchmark, or it is wrong. Same goes for networking.
    Last edited by DanceswithUnix; 05-02-2021 at 11:27 AM.

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