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Sata vs nvme + adapter : a games drive

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Thinking about getting another ssd strictly for games. Given my desktop wont accept nvme I am wonder if I should just keep it simple with a 2.5” drive, or if it would really be worth the effort/cost of getting something nvme and an adapter.

Thoughts?

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Really matters the games, though normally it does cut loadings in half for myself.

A SSD is still going to be very fast though and you most likely can get a crazy deal on a larger ssd today.

 

If you do go with a adapter you could then run a NVME and Sata m.2 with said adapter which is nice to had the extra 2 smaller drives 

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Another thing to think about is if you're mostly gaming online. I load super fast with NVMe, but often that just means I'm waiting for the consoles (Rocket League) and/or the rest of the players (CSGO, RS2:V) to load. SATA is plenty fast in that regard.

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I think I would be happy to just go for another sata 2.5, but now I am trying to get a decent one cheap. The best deal right now seems to be for Adata su800, but I am not familiar with that...really wish a great mx500 deal would come up (I have had good luck with crucial drives).

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