Kingston HyperX Predator PCIe SSD manages a nice 1400MB/s

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    So this will be the next step in storage upgrade, after the SATA III SSDs :)
     
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    you can already get the M2, price are lowering each month and the M2 port is present on more and more MoBo. :)
    For the OS it is honey (with almond and nuts ;) )
     
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    Pfft, I can type the 1s and 0s faster!
     

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    SpecChum Master Guru

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    Seriously tho, that is rather insane speeds. Going from mechanical to SSD was great, wonder what the impact is in real world applications tho.
     
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    Not so much indeed, not as jumping from HDD to SSD, but enough to be addicted (as it is so few buck compared to slower Sata SSD).
     
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    Cool so its a expansion card with extra m2 for mobos that dont have m2 or just want full m2 ultra speeds :)


    I was wondering though is that pcie 4x card only for Kingston m2 ssd sticks?
    Would be great if its compatible with any m2 ultra ssd
     
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    It should work with any M2 stick. But you can buy a pcie adapter for them now.
     
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    Right, I've completely forgot about this option, thanks. :)



    Found both pcie m2 and 2.5" sata m2 adapters :nerd:
     
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    This upgrade will need to wait until Broadwell comes out, as I am currently satisfied with a SATA III SSD :)
     

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