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    M.2 speeds

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    My new Corsair M.2. I'm just trying to get the kinks out of the system but I have to say that this is a huge improvement over my old drives, lol.

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    very nice, is that a gen 4 drive ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    very nice, is that a gen 4 drive ?
    Yes. I probably should have given the specs in the first place. Corsair MP600 NVMe PCIe Gen4 x4.

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    Woa, those are some speeds!

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    I'm still trying to get use to how fast it boots to Windows. I no longer have to turn it on and then go get a cup of coffee. I can be in Windows in around 5-7 seconds. It's kind of funny because I will now sit in front of the computer and turn it on, get distracted for a couple of seconds looking for something on my desk and then realize "Oh, it's ready for my password".

    Also, those speeds I'm getting are higher than the rated ones.

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    Ya the M.2s are wonderful, those are good scores. Its so great seeing how fast things load on them.

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    So... I got to the point of moving about 180 gig of pictures and music from my C: to the 2nd drive in the system, a Corsair MX500. Not only is the SSD fast, the transfer of all that data was almost pegging the SSD at it's MAX rating. Below is a shot of the Cyrstal Disk report for the SSD

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    Sorry if I'm blabbering too much about how fast this new build is but it's just blowing me away.

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