Solidigm P41 Plus 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review

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The tested unit then, you should easily be able to place the M.2 unit into a compatible NVMe protocol motherboard. Most motherboard chipsets support it. You should, however, check out with the motherboard manufacturer if you have an x4 lane PCIe Gen 3.0 / 4.0 version with NVMe protocol support. 


The latest Windows 10/11 iteration natively has an up-to-date NVMe 1.4 protocol driver, so you do not need to install a 3rd party driver. The 1TB model has a DRAM'less design, and QLC written NAND chips.


The compact M.2 2280 form factor ensures compatibility with the next-generation desktop and mobile platforms that support the M.2 PCIe slot and interface. The 80 on 2280 is short for 80mm, aka, that is the length of the card, and 2280, you guessed it now .. 22mm for its width. The heatsink does raise a new concern; it's higher. Very low PCIe devices could be blocked, albeit there was enough clearance for graphics cards that we quickly inserted to check out.





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