Please specify what is the established linear recording rate for this model after using the SLC cache.
For 1Tb model, it is about 100mb.
What is it for 2TB model?
Saw the screenshot that the speed is 245MB
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Thanks for the answer. Yes, I need information on the model 660p 2Tb.
The links you provided I looked. There is no answer to my question! It consists in what will be the speed of the carrier after the cache is exhausted SLC. This is important because It is this parameter that will affect the movement of large volumes.
For example, testing the 1TB model showed that the speed after the cache is exhausted is 75MB!
According to the above mentioned link on the 2Tb model, the minimum speed was 240Mb. But it is not exactly. And I would like to know this question.
And I have a question. There is a mainboard of Asus z270 Prime - A
Both slots m.2 are already occupied. How can I connect 2 more 660p media?
I think can connect to the free slot pci-e 16 and pci-e 4 using single adapters. Or can find an adapter and connect 2 m.2 to pci-e 16 at once?
Are there any adapters?
And can I collect a raid 0 from 2x660p?
I watched a lot of reviews. And in all of them the steady speed in the region of 75-100mb for the model 500GB and 1TB was determined. And I was hoping that here me would help me to get the same data but about the 2Tb model. It's just because SLC is exhausted after about 1.5-2 minutes of copying. But I do not have a ssd to check it out! And to buy, I wanted to clarify
I have the impression that you do not understand what I am asking.
I want to know to what level the write speed drops to disk when the SLC cache is full. And that's it!
Here, for example, another reference to a similar test.
Cache overflow is pretty quick. And the speed drops to 100mb.s (but there is a lot of such data only for the 1Tb model)
That's what I want to know for the model 2TB! Do you understand?
This is a very important parameter that is not given in the documentation, but it will directly affect the transfer of large amounts of data.