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Intel - 600p Series 1TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive

( 5.0 Average / 4 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Intel

Part #

SSDPEKKW010T7X1

Capacity

1TB

Interface

M.2 (M)

Cache

N/A

Form Factor

M.2-2280

GB/$1.00

2.44

Price/GB

$0.41

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Newegg Marketplace $409.00 +FREE s/h $409.00

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Reviews

Jinx83 17 points 16 months ago

I'm sure a lot of you are going to flame me for this drive as its reviews are less then steller, i would ask you to keep in mind that all the reviews are on the 500gb models and this drive has a lot bigger cache. Also keep in mind i use this drive for gaming only and it does what i want it to amazing loads games and games levels very quickly. Also it has 5 year warranty from intel and a very large tbw rating. So far i love this drive and its super fast for everything thing i use it for. Cold boot to windows 4-5 seconds without speed boot on.

zoroasterisk 15 points 12 months ago
from completed build The Turk

Best price/performance NVME SSD I could find. Highly underrated product, IMO.

MMTM 4 points 4 months ago
from completed build Nzxt S340 Elite AIO Cooling build

Nice and fast SSD. Ideally wanted to get two M2 SSDs and RAID them - but decided in the end that was definitely over the top! So stuck with just one. If I start to run out of space, THEN I'll consider getting a second.

Deliberately didn't go for a hard drive - wanted to have as few moving parts as possible in the build so as to reduce noise. Sadly, the two AIO coolers (CPU and GPU) have to have their pumps and fans running at all times, so I couldn't get to completely silent... only to a minimal low hum.

JohnnyGogo 9 points 15 days ago
from completed build First ITX case..

Dont really benefit from the speeds on this disc - as i only use my rig for gaming. But someone made me an offer i couldnt refuse - used to have a 500gb 850 evo m2

But so damn nice with less cables to manage ;)