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HP S700 PRO 3D NAND M.2 256GB/512GB SSD Drives

HP S700 PRO 3D NAND M.2 256GB/512GB SSD Drives

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Shall I need some driver to install this SSD to my computer?
michaelca
I think no need.
michaelca
What OS are you planning on using? And are you booting to it?
One thing for SATA based m.2 is to use them in a external drive using the USB 3.
hp is my fevorite computer brand after apple, then maybe asus, but not like samsung, dont know why
Would this work in a macbook Air?
Travis_kinkead
No, their SSDs are proprietary.
Travis_kinkead
Sure, it works
Who the hell would buy this? This is the Sata version not the PCI-E one, this is worse.
Cheaper at walmart.com
walmart website has this for $69, and im fairly certain the shipping will be faster.
You can buy a 860 m.2 Evo for this price without massdrop delays. This is a flop
Isn't that Warranty Void If sticker illegal now? :D
WTxR3dn3ck
in the united states it has been since 1978. most people are ignorant of it. though it was just in the news recently, and that likely what you are thinking of.
Thorn74
Haha I was just giving a hard time since it has been a hot button item in the last month
Why would anyone want a SATA m.2 drive? I do not understand. I thought the entire point was NVME and its advantages.
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SkipPp
They are heavily used in laptops. you can also get adapters to put them in 3.5" bays. So you can buy like 4-8 of these things and stick them in 1 bay in some sort of RAID configuration.
SkipPp
yeah these are really slow by comparison. Samsung 970 evo is like 3300 read speed vs this at 500 something
I got mine, defective, HP Product Finder deems it non-existent, and the tiny red light flashes only at certain angles, never stays on (like its supposed to.) Tried on multiple motherboards, all fail. This drop is a fluke. very disappointed.
Kortana
Did you make sure that your M.2 Slots support SATA III? most slots only support NVMe OR SATA III. If you have a newer Motherboard I doubt it supports SATA on the M.2 slot.
Kortana
That's cause you stuck it in an HP. I'd had countless comparability issues with HP.
I don't like Samsung!!!
Why did they drop an M.2 that runs at the same speed as any other SSD.. I WANT MY SAMSUNG EVO!!!
Tim_H
Just recently purchased the "AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme 11G" which dropped a couple weeks ago which sparked a beast 8700k gaming pc build, Purchased a Samsung 960 Evo 250GB M.2 SSD & would highly recommend, Faster than you'll ever need. Boots my new PC in seconds, Ridiculous speeds, This HP M.2 is trash compared.
This is an odd product. The drive, depending on the motherboard, has a dedicated path to the CPU but does not take advantage of the bandwidth afforded to it. This can help avoid a heavily populated south bridge or avoid running two wires to a traditional 2.5" drive. The is literally a shrunk down SSD with none of the speed benefits associated with the form factor.
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Kenesh
Not and "odd" product. Simply a SATA III M.2, rather than the faster NVMe drivers. The SATA III interface I/O is through the SATA bus, while NVMe is piped directly through the PCIe bus (direct, higher bandwidth connection to the CPU in modern chipsets). SATA III is limited to about 0.6 GB/s. PCIe 3.0 x4, which is supported for high end NVMe drives such as the Samsung Evo Pro has a much higher theoretical bandwidth of about 4GB/s. In summary, you get what you pay for. A cheaper SATA III M.2 would be great in external storage or as a non-boot disk (ie, as a "games" disk), allowing you to save a few bucks, but still get a considerable speed advantage over mechanical storage.
Kenesh
This is meant for a budget option for new laptop users are Nuc users. Who would benefit from the lower thermal output also needs the space savings. Honestly thought I prefer and would recommend a better brand/quality but thats there intended use case. Bellow is a link to a Nuc there pretty nice little computers for people who don't need a lot of system. Also there foot print is minuscule
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16856102183&ignorebbr=1&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC-_-pla-_-Barebone+Systems+-+Mini+%2F+Booksize-_-N82E16856102183&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI27rhiJTX2AIV3bbACh0M2wpgEAQYBSABEgJ8fvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
Highly recommend NOT buying HP products. EVER. low quality and cash grabs in every production they ever put out.
So, which is it 256 or 512GB? 512 - slow, but ok . In line with prices and PCIe Shangtsung or Ozz Sushibar will cost an extra $50-100 256 - fork off, it's not even server grade (WE 165 TB) but it's HP
Just noticed 512 - $170, trash HP/10
I wouldn't ever buy this, the Samsung ssd in my laptop reads at well over 3000mb/s and writes at close to 2000mb/s... Not a good deal at all considering you can get much better performance for only slightly more money...
I think it should be 3 year warranty.
The deals on this site have gotten really horrible. The only redeeming part of this site are the Mechanical Keyboard buys, and I've seen enough horror stories from the Ergodox buy to believe that Massdrop doesn't understand how to do anything well.
ASBaumgarten
Only reason I am here anymore is they have screwed up so badly on 3 out of my 5 drops that I have 50$ store credit I need to waste on something.
robert_dykes
you're so funny...
I would pay the extra 30$ and buy the samsung 960 evo m.2 drive. It is 6 times faster than this one. This has standard ssd speeds you may as well just buy a sata ssd.
THEDESTINEDKING
this is a sata drive to be fair. an overpriced one, but still.
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looks confused on Newegg's price, $105.99 for 256G?????
SATA speeds, M2 form factor.
I don't understand the reasoning behind spending extra on M2 if it's not NVME.
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whomad1215
Totally useful for laptops that have SATA M.2 slots (NVME doesn't work in those computers). I happen to have one of those weird beasts.
In most (all?) cases, an m2 port will disable 1-2 sata ports.