Review Mushkin Delta 1TB SSD Review: Mediocrity Defined

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Blech...the design alone confirms that its a shallow drive with nothing better than even inland...

I wanna see Asus take a step in on the SSD market. If gigabyte can do it, so can Asus.

Meanwhile...there's Lexar who is atleast trying with RAM...wonder if they can pull in the SSD market...
 

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So the SK Hynix Gold P31 1TB is not only faster and more efficient, it's also $20 cheaper...Remind me again why TomsHardware doesn't include this drive as a gold standard mainstream PCIe 3.0 based NVMe drive for comparison for PCIe 4.0 based NVMe drive review charts?

1TB Performance Results for SK hynix Gold P31 - SK hynix Gold P31 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: High-Performance, Unprecedented Efficiency (Updated) | Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com)
Maybe because that drive isn't available elsewhere? I can't find this one in my local area.

And maybe this is just me...but I guess they want to strictly make it as a 4.0 thing more so than a 3.0 one.

Still agree that you have loads of options than with the mushkin one...
 

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