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HP EX900 120 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive

(1 Rating, 5.0 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

HP

Part #

2YY42AA#ABC

Manufacturer

HP

Capacity

120 GB

Price / GB

$0.383

Type

SSD

Form Factor

M.2-2280

Interface

M.2 (M)

NVME

Yes

Price History

    Reviews

    gardotd426
    • 9 points
    • 24 days ago

    Incredibly solid NVME SSD. I would suggest getting the 240GB stick, however, as it's roughly the same price as the 120GB. When I ordered it, the 240GB wasn't available, and since I use Linux which has a completely different filesystem model as well as a completely different drive-mounting model, I don't run into any of the issues Windows users might have by using a 120GB NVME with a 240GB SATA SSD. I can just combine them without even bothering with RAID, since we don't use the drive-letter mounting nonsense. I can automatically mount specific partitions across multiple drives in specific locations at boot-time. On all I/O benchmarks, this drive works at advertised speeds, and I get from BIOS to login screen in about 4 seconds with my Arch Linux install which is rooted on the NVME.

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