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Old 29th December 2016, 06:59   #1
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Default PNY's CS2030 SSDs jump on the NVMe bandwagon

Consumder SSDs using the NVMe protocol have been around the block for a couple years, but are only recently hitting prices that your average enthusiast might call affordable. Samsung's recent release of the 960 EVO SSD set a new bar for reasonably-priced NVMe SSDs, but competition is mounting. PNY just released the CS2030 M.2 SSDs with NVMe support, available in 240GB and 480GB capacities.
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