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Plextor M6e PCIE M.2 SSD Review

ATTO

Plextor PCIE/M2 SSD

 

ATTO

Finally, we ran the SSDs through a serires of ATTO's tests. This tests the drives using many differently sized data blocks, in order to give a comparable performance result across a range of scenarios.

Plextor PCIE/M2 SSD


Plextor PCIE/M2 SSD  

Results here are interesting. The Plextor drive seems far better at handling larger data blocks than any of the other SSDs we've tested. However, when we start using smaller data blocks, the results do fall pretty dramatically and the Plextor drive performs similar to other SATA SSDs.

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24-07-2014, 08:26:32

YouWhat
I would love one of those in my rig, but for time being, out of my price range for a short while unfortunately.

I comepletely agree about the PCB being black, with todays market, most boards being black or blue, they should really of make it black.Quote

24-07-2014, 09:04:46

Xrqute
TTL in reference to your conclusion would you of been happy if the PCI-E version looked somewhat like-

http://hothardware.com/newsimages/It...ces-news-4.JPG

I actually have a Raidr and use it as my boot drive and i bloody love it.Quote

24-07-2014, 09:19:35

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xrqute View Post
TTL in reference to your conclusion would you of been happy if the PCI-E version looked somewhat like-

http://hothardware.com/newsimages/It...ces-news-4.JPG

I actually have a Raidr and use it as my boot drive and i bloody love it.

Asus didnt want to send that - performance isnt great from what Ive been toldQuote

24-07-2014, 09:59:14

MadShadow
I think this is an awesome product, but I aree that it looks really horrible. Not only that green PCB, but also that big, white sticker when you put it in the M.2 slot on your motherboard.Quote

24-07-2014, 10:00:17

barnsley
Its a shame they don't make them like ram. A hyper X beast one in white would moisten me greatly .Quote
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