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    zayn_william
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    An SSD typically uses a standard Serial ATA interface, while an m2 NVMe SSD uses a more advanced PCI Express interface. The loading time difference between the two types of drives is significant. An SSD can load up to 550 megabytes per second, while an m2 NVMe SSD can load data up to 2,600 megabytes per second. That’s a big difference, and it means that your computer will boot up faster, and your programs will load more quickly with an m2 NVMe SSD.

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  • Delaney martin
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  • Loading time difference between an SSD and an m2 NVMe SSD

    Hello all,

    Is there a noticeable loading time difference between an SSD and an m2 NVMeSSD?

    Thanks in advance
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