Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe Internal SSD, up to 2000MB/s - CT1000P1SSD8
- Capacity: Up to 2TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB/s
- NVMe PCIe interface marks the next step in storage innovation
- Micron 3D NAND advancing the World's memory and storage technology for 40 years
- NVMe Standard Self Monitoring and Reporting Technology (Smart)
- Redundant Array of Independent NAND (RAIN)
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7 points • dgtlserendipity
If anyone prefers buying from Amazon, here it is for the same price.
3 points • ImJLu
This vs Crucial P1?
2 points • MeanBurrito95
I was looking at this one, is it appropriate? Sorry I'm new to this
2 points • wadester007
Is that a okay one to use?
2 points • ireIand
Hey I was just checking to make sure this is the right drive. I wasn’t sure since the first picture is different
2 points • Morito-senpai
That should work , the one I’m buying is this one Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe Internal SSD, up to 2000MB/s - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_FAPUFbTHCYD4R?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
2 points • hurps0
Looks good, but I'd go with the Crucial P1 NVMe for storage, since it's the same as what you have but 40$ cheaper.
1 points • huntertheisen
After looking for a minute here is one for $120 on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_4j4DEbSFWWP4H
1 points • Xc4lib3r
well... I'm using Razer Blade 15... and as you know, I spent money for that 1TB 970 Evo... yeah it was worth the price... but I guess you can use an external hard drive. Or just simply spent another $110 to get a 1TB NVMe SSD from crucial
1 points • Bingosnips
Trying to upgrade my HDD to an SSD. But I'm unsure of the compatibility with my motherboard. According to the manual for my AsRock 970a-g/3.1:
" - 6 x SATA3 6.0 Gb/s Connectors, support RAID (RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10), NCQ, AHCI and Hot Plug
- 1 x M.2_SSD (NGFF) Socket 3, supports M Key type 2230/2242/2260/2280/22110 M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen2 x4 (20 Gb/s)*
*If PCIE4 is occupied, M2_1 will be disabled.
The M.2 socket does not support SATA M.2 SSDs."
Will this be compatible?
Crucial 1TB SSD
Thanks for the help.
1 points • Speledrong
1 points • czah7
I'm now thinking to leave the SSD in my original PC and upgrade to m2 nvme. Anything special I should pay attention to? They seem to be decently priced. Under $100 for 500 or 1tb drives.
seems like a steal.
1 points • triiiflippp
I would go for this one: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=crucial+1tb+nvme&qid=1593282522&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExS1RGMDRHU0ZMN0hKJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMTU1NTQ3MUxJVVhEMDU5SE00QyZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNDk4NTM0MjdRTDM2V0IxTktQQyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX3Bob25lX3NlYXJjaF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl
Or a Samsung 970 evo plus but thats more expensive, around 180 I think.
1 points • Brown-Bear-98
How is this? https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=crucial+p2+nvme+ssd&qid=1605274029&sprefix=crucial+p2+nvme&sr=8-4
1 points • ryankrueger720
Same price on Amazon
Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe Internal SSD, up to 2000MB/s - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_PhIaFbQN8DM3Q
1 points • CluelessMedStudent
How does this compare to the Crucial P1 1TB? I bought the Crucial on Amazon yesterday and may want to cancel that and go with this one on Newegg to save some money.
1 points • jemahAeo
nvme ssd 1 tp for $100 is a steal, get one if you can
1 points • churro89
Currently $104.99 on Amazon as well https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/
1 points • Pocok5
NVMe is pretty dope but the difference from HDD to SATA SSD is much more pronounced than from SATA to NVMe.
Also, how much does the Crucial P1 cost for you?
1 points • Dorkestnight
This ones one sale too, slightly better benchmarks
1 points • our420room
This is the SSD I ordered: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07J2Q4SWZ?ref=ppx_pt2_mob_b_prod_image
1 points • _benj1_
1 points • Avocadoilchips
What about swapping out the SSD for this one? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_FwXNFbJAG39GC
1 points • vinotok
This one just dropped from 105 to bellow 95 on amazon
1 points • aaronjusmith
so I bought this M.2.. the software from Crucial allows me to create a clone of my current SSD but I keep getting a “failed to read data from the disk”. any idea why? they’re closed on the weekends so I’ll have to hit them up on Monday if not.
1 points • WelderE7018
Very nice build. Only thing I’d do is grab a crucial p1 from amazon to save you $50.
1 points • GelatinousDude
for a laptop??
1 points • sleeplessone
I just speced out a system for someone and picked up that for it. It's a prior gen but it's still faster than a SATA drive while also being $5 less than the 1TB 2.5" SATA version. Basically always go with an NVMe of some sort if you have the available slot at this point. And it will only get faster when DirectStorage arrives.
1 points • undead_drop_bear
its just a different type of ssd that runs about four times faster than older/sata SSD's. cheap NVME's will run at about two gigs per second. expensive ones will run at about 3.5 gigs per second.
sata iii ssd's typically run around 450 mb per second at most. USB 3.0 caps out at about 600 mb per second, so NVME will definitely hit that, but sata iii ssd's won't.
since there isn't a huge price difference anymore, you might as well get the NVME. if USB gets faster, you can always change the enclosure to gain more of the speed NVME has, but you won't be able to do that with sata iii.
here's the one i use in my main PC and it's plenty fast: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-1TB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/
1 points • AscendedAncient
would https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ be a better option at the same price point?
1 points • Abyss503
Yes, the same SSD. Its actually an M.2 drive (here), not a 2.5".
1 points • m00nyoze
Samsung is the better SSD but you're paying extra for it. Call it a Samsung tax. For the price of a 256gb SSD you could get a 500gb good enough SSD if you aren't using the better read/write speeds.
A budget m.2 NVMe drive like the Crucial P1 would do you just fine.
1 points • hiitsleo
There really won't be a difference in SSDs for gaming and general use. I would recommend https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-500GB-NAND-NVMe-PCIe/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ?th=1 and you won't notice a difference between it and what you have chosen.
1 points • Vanman04
last thing if you are going with the M2 i would suggest this one as a low cost solid choice.
1 points • dunkan799
Is there any difference between my chosen ssd and this one?
Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_6adSEbY3R0HZ9
I don’t mind spending the extra $40 to cut a month off my waiting period if I needed to.
The 3D is the only difference but wasn’t sure what that really means in comparison
1 points • RJNavarrete
How does this Crucial P1 compare to the WD? I've got a P1 on the way, but I can return and order this instead if it makes sense. I'll mainly be using it as storage for graphic design files and games.
Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_SO4JEbBKR9CVQ
1 points • Chrisw_2003
Yes, but this one is a NVME m.2 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_YxDxFbSNKZ3MT
1 points • M3LONSHARK
Yes you can, but the boot time is so fast you’ll never be able to go back once you get an m.2 from a hard drive.
1 points • 2Tall2Fail
This one? Sorry to pester, just want to make sure I don't waste the money
1 points • EvabDaKing
Is it this one? Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - CT1000P1SSD8 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_mhSYEbM9DX7PY
1 points • GreenbloodedAmazon
So, I am going to say the upgrade was easy! And cheap. I got the parts off Amazon, and in less than ten minutes had the SSD swapped for the NVMe. I used to be on the Beta Program with this machine (ever since 2015), but some issues with the 10.15.3 beta made me take it off. So, I will see how the Big Sur Beta works for me.
As for the parts I used...
1 points • throwawaybutmine019
1 points • MetaJesus
1 points • GreenNapster
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0 points • lec0rsaire
256 GB isn’t enough for a desktop computer. Especially not today!
You can buy a 1 TB PCIe SSD and have a repair shop install it for you. This will be much cheaper than the premium that Apple charges for 1 TB.
1 TB NVMe drives cost less than $100 just so you know what a ripoff Apple’s storage prices are.
Or you can buy external drives. Either cheap ones like the WD Passport or external SSDs like the Samsung T5.
The 1 TB T5 is $140 but it’s fast with speeds around 525 MB/s.
A 2 TB WD Passport is $65 but it’s slower with speeds around 100-120 MB/s.
Most external drives come formatted as NTFS. All you have to do when you first connect them to your Mac is open Spotlight search, open Disk Utility, click on the drive and then you format it as HFS+ Journaled or APFS with GUID.
It takes less than a minute to format a drive and then it’ll be ready for use.
1 points • makarastar
1 TB Crucial P1 - the 1 TB version runs faster than the 500 GB version -
$105 (US?) dollars -
1 points • cvandyke01
Intel 660p or 720p has been my goto but If you cant take advantage of speed of Samsung and Intel is not your thing, the Crucial ones are a pretty good price
1 points • SophisticatedMilk_
Firstly, just get a 3600 over a 3600x. It's not worth the extra 20$. Also might I suggest this instead of your current nvme (I have it and it's great, plus it's 40$ cheaper)
Secondly, as the note says, your system will still run without the 12V connector. Are you going to be doing any extreme ocing or 3d rendering? You'll probably be fine if not. Alternatively, you could consider a different mobo like this one, since the one you have now is a tad overkill
2 points • MrSterlock
These were my choices for RAM and SSD