Hardware Pick Of The Month: Kingston 500GB M.2 2280 NVMe
My hardware pick of the month is indeed a good one for those looking to upgrade to an NVMe SSD hard drive. The Kingston 500 GB M.2 2280 NVMe SSD PCIe 3.0 would be the natural choice for any PC build not because of its reasonable price point, which I'll get to later in this post. But overall you’ll achieve high-performance gains once you install this drive into your system.
In regards to speed, these particular drives have a decent read/write speed. It's no wonder why many PC builders such as myself opt to use NVMe SSD as the primary boot device.
The overall listed specs of the hard drive will give a clear indication of what you will be getting if you decide to make the actual purchase. Judging from listed technical specification, it will be money worth spent. This 500GB SSD hard drive has the latest 96-layer 3D TLC NAND technology, with AES 256-bit encryption.The focal selling point is the sequential read/write speed, which is 3,000/2,000MB/s. For the random 4K read/write speed, its 350,000/ 250,000 IOPS (input/output operations per second).
The spec numbers and potential performance gains are very respectable for the price. Speaking of which, interested builders can acquire this hardware pick of the month from Amazon, at just $109.99.