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Solidigm P44 Pro M.2 1 TB PCI Express 4.0 3D NAND NVMe

Model Number: SSDPFKKW010X7X1

$114.84 USD
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Solidigm P44 Pro 1TB M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 NVMe Gen4 Gaming TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SSDPFKKW010X7X1.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Simon Miller
Excellent deal

Hard drive was installed effortlessly and new OS installed. Amazing prime deal on this hard disk.

Got this for my server, ended up in my laptop...

Great little drive, very performant. It was a breeze to install and was immediately recognized.

Fantastic drive for the price

I needed to get a bigger drive for my gen 3mobo.. I did a lot of research before I purchased and liked everything I read on this one. In case you don’t know this is a SKHynix company. Now I have plenty of storage and a drive that can reach faster speeds when I upgrade. Or will make great external storage when put in an enclosure.

Value and Reputation

This is basically a SK Hynix division under a different label and a dedicated team that works on Solidigm products. They took over the Intel NAND business, making really good use of that Intel NAND in their P41 model. As of this review, a 2TB P41 is five less than what I paid for a 1TB P44. But to be clear, this P44 carries SK Hynix controller and NAND. I don't know, my ego wants at least the faster even at the expense of double capacity. Gen4 doesn't matter to my workload. But why not if my laptop supports it? I don't push anything for heat problems to occur. I do want consistent reliable performance though. SK Hynix is vertically integrated, much like WD and Samsung, so they can quality-control the whole stack tightly. Samsung's 980 Pro has both had its round of issues and also carries a premium because they built that mindset into consumers. Don't be like that. Frankly my next option would either be the Solidigm P41 Plus for capacity purposes; or WD SN770 or another P44 Plus (the SK Hynix Platinum 41 still carries a big premium also) for consistency. It's not a must-buy but you won't have second doubts about performance with this drive. Capacity, sure, wondering if $5 more for half is worth the numbers. But that can be solved with a subsequent drive purchase. Packaging came in a small box, a paper box, and plastic. No tiny screw, no heatsink. Drops right in. I didn't install the optional driver or software but there's some potential gains to be had with that. I don't ever expect to ever claim a warranty on any tech thing but the website looks reliable enough to actually submit a support request. Update: I added some benchmarks testing 2GB files, pretty much the largest single chunk limit in my work. One is on battery, my laptop caps everything at Gen3 speeds; plugged in is Gen4 as fast as it goes. There’s a bunch of things that determine sustained speed over heavy writes but at 1TB capacity, the threshold is around 200GB before slowing down. Most people aren’t moving that 24/7 nor should they given the expected DWPD for consumer drives. For a detailed review, Tom’s Hardware tested both 1TB and 2TB models.


Non fatevi ingannare dal nome sconosciuto e strano. Si un marchio nuovo se si può dire così, però fino poco tempo fa , a costruire i ssd Intel erano loro. Praticamente è un Sk Hynix platinum p41 ,una garanzia essendo una delle poche compagnie al mondo che tutti i componenti vengono fatti a casa, insieme con Samsung e crucial. Se vi interessano le prestazioni sapete che il primo posto in assoluto se la gioca con il Samsung 990 pro, su qualche test è più veloce uno su altro e viceversa. In ogni caso il primo posto è occupato da questi due, il resto dei gia veloci gen4 seguono con una certa distanza. Personalmente ero sempre Samsung fan boy per quello che riguarda i ssd, però questa volta ho scelto questo ssd, motivo? I 990 pro hanno avuto un grave problema che portava ad una usura precoce del ssd stesso con impossibilità di recuperare. Samsung ha rilasciato un aggiornamento sostenendo di aver risolto il problema, ma sarà vero? Non volevo rischiare, a volte certi prodotti nascono male. Poi come garanzia siamo a 5 anni, come Samsung , però qui c’è più elevato tbw e non da poco. E per ultimo come efficienza energetica è il migliore in assoluto tra tutti i ssd nvme di gen4 attualmente in commercio—-meno calore prodotto più longevità del ssd. Da aggiungere che ha una applicazione per gestire il ssd,update firmware, controllo usura e temp etc. Nota importante è l’unica compagnia che rilascia un driver proprietario e non viene usato il solito driver generico di Windows che usano il resto dei ssd! Non fatevi ingannare dal nome strano, qui c’è un driver di qualità eccellente

Solidigm P44 Pro M.2 1 TB PCI Express 4.0 3D NAND NVMe

Solidigm P44 Pro M.2 1 TB PCI Express 4.0 3D NAND NVMe

$114.84 USD

Solidigm P44 Pro 1TB M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 NVMe Gen4 Gaming TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SSDPFKKW010X7X1.

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