SSD -MINIMUM sequencial write speed of "sata"...half Gig, Top speed don't care

jmc111

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I read of a WD Blue that had the needed low speed level (after cache) but WD then changed the chips and the low speed to fell to 300 megs.

Hope some of you know of other M.2s that have a minimum sequencial write speed of "SATA" level half Gig.

Thanks,
 

HardReset

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Almost any TLC drive will do. Like some older drives like Adata SX 8200, PNY CS 3030 or Corsair Force MP510 etc.

Those should at least be close what you ask. Just forget QLC drives and it's quite hard to go wrong.
 

jmc111

Posts: 12   +0
Almost any TLC drive will do. Like some older drives like Adata SX 8200, PNY CS 3030 or Corsair Force MP510 etc.

Those should at least be close what you ask. Just forget QLC drives and it's quite hard to go wrong.

Yes, thank you for reminding me of QLC...Those were the ones driving me mad! (once I checked)
Never ever QLC again.

AND they needed heat sinks added or they went
completely into the toilet. (low double digit MBs)