46 thoughts on “You do have PCIe 4 NVMe SSD on your gaming PC right, anon?”

  1. I have a 3700x on an x470 board, best I cna do is pcie3 and even then the difference between SATA SSD and PCIE3 SSD is basically non-existent, so pcie4 is completely wasted money for no return.

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  2. I raided two drives together on my old pc and when I try to plug them in on my new pc it doesn’t display them. Anyone know why?

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  3. I have one of these installed 5 years ago and I think it might be dying after being raped to death by read/writes from browsers and some apps
    It keeps randomly spiking to 100% active time and just locks up for most of my PC for a minute at a time

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  4. i do yeah but i was too lazy to move my OS to it so it is just sitting as extra storage space and not utilizing the extra r/w speed

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    • The thing I don’t like is my cpu cooler covers up the m.2 slot. When I format or partition drives I like to remove drives that aren’t required so I don’t fuck them up but it’s too inconvenient to whip out a screwdriver, take off my cpu cooler, unscrew the ssd and pull it out as opposed to just unplugging a cable.

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  5. I have 2 sata ssds and 1 hdd, I also use a 1050ti, i5 3570k, and 16gb ddr3 1600mhz ram, on a 65 inch 4k tv
    you can eat my ass

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