I ordered this around Christmas, as it was on sale. I’m a bit ashamed to admit it, but I think it was about $160, but can’t remember and am too lazy to look. It took so long to UPS that I actually forgot it was coming. (hmm, this is turning into a sad commentary on consumerism, better move on quick…)
ANYWAY, I thought I’d write up my SSD boot drive to NVMe adventure. Starting now.
A tiny box. No banana for scale.
Look at this huge pen!
Ok, time for the tweezers and a practice on Surgeon Simulator VR to put it in. It’s 960GB (a curious amount for those filtering in shops for 1TB) and is not as tardy as the cheaper Intel old stuff, but not as good as the latest EVO sticks. A cost compromise.
The first game will be ‘Find the NVMe holding screw that always gets lost when you open the motherboard box’, as this sucker doesn’t come with one.
I’m now off to clone my boot disk. I may or may not be back, depending if I can reset my password here once I lose my Windows install. Bye all!