SSD Review — 8 NVMe M.2 Drives Tested — Which Should You Buy? — 2019 Edition

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Which NVMe M.2 SSD Should You Buy? Today we review 8 drives and provide specific purchase recommendations for you!
— Links to All Drives, Expand Video Description —

These links are to the 1TB drive size. Many of these drives are also sold in 500GB and 2TB versions. You can find them on the product page by clicking the size option.

Intel 660p – @Amazon – @NewEgg
Crucial P1 – @Amazon – @NewEgg
Sambrant Rocket – @Amazon
ADATA SX8200 Pro – @Amazon – @NewEgg
Samsung 970 EVO Plus – @Amaozn – @NewEgg
Addlink S70 – – @NewEgg
Intel 760p – @Amazon – @NewEgg
WD Black SN750 – @Amazon – @NewEgg

Special Mention – The “non-Plus” version of the 970 EVO is worth considering if the price is lower than the plus version. There is only a small difference between the drives.

Samsung 970 EVO – @Amazon – @NewEgg

Full List of all 1TB SSDs — @Amazon — @NewEgg

The 2017 Edition of this Video –

The 2017 SATA SSD Review Video –

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24 Comments
  1. Syed Rahman 4 months ago

    I wouldn't recommend the Crucial P1 because its been about a month since I bought it, and its crashed my computer 4 times already. That being said…it'll probably just stop booting within the next couple of months so I'm going to return it and get my moneys worth of an ssd

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  2. VacuumElite 4 months ago

    You are the Man. Subbed, immediately 😁

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  3. Mark Harman-Smith 4 months ago

    I really think this channel needs to change it's name. Tech Deals sounds too much like every other tech crap channel. You sir, go well beyond the usual review process and show the nitty gritty of what you demonstrate. Thanks for another awesome overview

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  4. Heretic Shoikot 4 months ago

    Keep up the good works.

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  5. John Smith 4 months ago

    Why have the prices gone up in the last year, dang it!

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  6. UDAY KUMAR 4 months ago

    Brother is there any difference between 500gb and 1tb ssd speeds?

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  7. Cesar Aybar 4 months ago

    Love all your videos (sometimes a bit too much for me but I'm learning)… Need some advice. I ran Adobe Software (mainly, Photoshop, illustrator, Indesing, Premier, Audition, Dreamweaver and Microsoft products as well..quickbooks etc ) I have a 870-210se HP Intel Core i7-7700 3.6 ghz (16 ram) I have several external drives where I keep all my files ( no files on pc) BUT im running out of space.. i have on the C drive 120 Gb (SSD) barely free 10gb. I can spend 100 bucks on replacing the ssd …. Samsung or intel? or something better.. Thanks a lot

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  8. OleBrumHonning 4 months ago

    What about Corsair mp 510 and Kingston KC2500?

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  9. Ocdrari Drogon 4 months ago

    Thank you!

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  10. Isaac Tavares 4 months ago

    Hello! Thanks for the useful information and well-founded opinion. Usually what we find on YouTube are videos that cover minute details when what we want is to make a educated choice that produces the best overall result for a given typical application. At the time I studied at the Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, 38 years ago, the supreme was 16-bit processors from Intel and Motorola and 5-1/ 4 '' floppy. Since then I started to be self-taught. So, I depend a lot on the information made available on the Net to update me, namely from the user's point of view. So, it's great to find someone who shares practical information, useful on a daily basis in a video that is not a vanity fair with an exhibitionist character, like: see how deep my knowledge is compared to yours and I know more than you all, you ignorant, blindly follow what I say.
    Thanks for the help and the time you make me spare. Really appreciated
    In short, you have gained yet another subscriber.

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  11. Malcolm Sovani 4 months ago

    is the 980 evo coming out soon

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  12. Malcolm Sovani 4 months ago

    lol, the white balance is a lot better then your older videos

    lol, I feel like a tech beast because your video. I either post your video or just copy and paste your words in my tech chat and they follow it religiously

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  13. Coochie Crook 4 months ago

    Will this work on my Pentium 400 mhz computer?

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  14. Slayer 4 months ago

    How about the mushkin pilot e 500gb m.2 nvme ssd, is it any good?

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  15. aspieman1970 4 months ago

    Poor Sabrent, you got their name wrong throughout, even getting worse later on.

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  16. Silver 4 months ago

    i think he's got a good bit of south in him..

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  17. Steve Gardner 4 months ago

    Does anyone have an opinion about the Seagate Firecuda 520 (1Tb or 2Tb) which is "quoted" as 5500MBps?

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  18. Bob Wiggle 4 months ago

    6:35 100TB each , wow , when did that happen?

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  19. Ryan Miller 4 months ago

    Sambrent huh… not Sabrent? I think you meant Sabrent 😛

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  20. Gags 4 months ago

    Question Why the heck are fast Thumb Drives so expensive still?

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  21. casperld 4 months ago

    Prices have gone up since this video

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  22. Sgt. Whopper 4 months ago

    Sambrent Rocket it is!

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  23. brkbeat junkie 4 months ago

    Should be noted about the 4K sector issue with the Sabrent. If you’re doing a fresh install, no worries, but if you’re doing a clone from a drive that supports 4K sectors, you will run into issues.

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  24. Tony Geddes 4 months ago

    Amazingly well explained! Thank you. Subscribed

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