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Which should I get for new build single drive sata ssd or m.2

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  1. If the 960 Evo isn't cost prohibitive for other parts of your build, it is a *much* faster drive.

    If it means sacrificing other components to meet your budget, the 850 Evo will be fast enough.
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  2. dudeman509 said:
    If the 960 Evo isn't cost prohibitive for other parts of your build, it is a *much* faster drive.

    If it means sacrificing other components to meet your budget, the 850 Evo will be fast enough.


    I can spend £300 on storage I already got 1tb black wd 2tb greeen But I plan on leaving the wd out of the system until I run out of space.
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  3. "If it means sacrificing other components to meet your budget, the 850 Evo will be fast enough."
    I agree.
    If you can afford without changing parts get the 960 Evo.
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  4. dark_lord69 said:
    "If it means sacrificing other components to meet your budget, the 850 Evo will be fast enough."
    I agree.
    If you can afford without changing parts get the 960 Evo.

    Im more concerned about compatibility will it run windows 10 with no bugs like are those drives made to be main os drives
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    Reise Martin said:
    dark_lord69 said:
    "If it means sacrificing other components to meet your budget, the 850 Evo will be fast enough."
    I agree.
    If you can afford without changing parts get the 960 Evo.

    Im more concerned about compatibility will it run windows 10 with no bugs like are those drives made to be main os drives


    Yep, it'll run fine. The laptop I'm using right now has a NVMe Samsung SSD in it.
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  6. dudeman509 said:
    Reise Martin said:
    dark_lord69 said:
    "If it means sacrificing other components to meet your budget, the 850 Evo will be fast enough."
    I agree.
    If you can afford without changing parts get the 960 Evo.

    Im more concerned about compatibility will it run windows 10 with no bugs like are those drives made to be main os drives


    Yep, it'll run fine. The laptop I'm using right now has a NVMe Samsung SSD in it.


    Alright thanks for the help
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