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Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD Review Discussion

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For those looking for a cost effective NVMe SSD, the Kingston KC2000 would make a fine choice. Its not the strongest performer in this category, but the lineup is also dominated by some incredibly strong options that can be considerably more expensive. The KC2000 will be more of a cost-play for most buyers, where performance expectations are in line with the user's needs.

Kingston KC2000 NVMe PCIe SSD Review

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I don't think consumers care what controller is in their SSD. That used to be a big deal, but now they're buying the drive, not the controller. If the controller is better and the SSD is faster, that's great, or if the controller is cheap and the drive is cheap, that's fine. I just don't think many people outside of enthusiasts care any more. And that's assuming you're upgrading. If buying a new system, it's even less of a concern. 

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On 6/3/2019 at 9:22 AM, 378134800@qq.com said:

@BrianThe test cuvre of 970 pro/970 evo 2T in Seagate BarraCuda 510 NVMe SSD Review is wrong. Please fix this question.

Spotted the problem on the BarraCuda review, one of the labels got pushed and swapped the results. We fixed it on that review with updated charts.

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