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  1. If they wouldn't be working at PCIe 5.0 controllers I'd be shocked, we're expecting PCIe 5.0 will be present within the next 2-3 years, there are even rumors that AM5 might launch with PCIe 5.0 support, imho, 5.0 will probably come with 2nd or 3rd CPU gen on AM5.
  2. We already see diminishing returns with gen 3 NVMe drives, gen 4 are more niche, there will be use for them in mainstream when storage streaming will properly develop for gaming, but we are at least 3-5 years away from that.
  3. There's a big issue with that, you won't be writing a lot to PLC SSDs, already QLC isn't great for even casual users as you can completely realistically write them to their spec withing 2-3 years on a gaming PC that keeps multiple games like COD:MW up to date. As @axiphermentioned, they will be great for Read only environments, this kinda feels like CD-R type of storage
  4. @ENTERPRISEcan you do something about the embedding? Otherwise we should just use a link to spreadsheet
  5. I know that I'm probably 2 weeks late, but the only somewhat decent wireless headset is HyperX Cloud II Wireless, the rest that I've tried are sounding like generic crap at 20eur price tag...
  6. I've added KZ ZS10 PRO and CCA CST to my collection
  7. About a week ago I bought KZ ZS10 PRO's and I've gotta say I love these IEM's especially with foam tips
  8. It's not a bad SSD, the only concern is that Toshiba NAND has some reliability issues, but if you back up your important information you shouldn't worry about it more than you usually would
  9. @ENTERPRISEI'm guessing the new forum doesn't support the old google docs plugin?(check 1st post)
  10. The 3090 is not even a Titan and nVidia made it clear with drivers, so my guess is that it's not much more capable, so I'd guess that 3080 in SLI would probably be able to outpace the Ampere Titan, same reason why GTX 1060 6GB didn't have SLI capabilities, at under half the cost the same or better performance.
  11. Eww, chromium and Chrome. Personally I don't get the appeal of using a browser that lacks some basic features, sells your data and markets all of the google ads out of your experience. Why don't you use Firefox for that as well?
  12. I can confirm that these heatsinks are designed to soak as much heat as possible, that's generally the idea as even prosumers don't run their SSDs in full speed for over 20minutes at a time which is what this type of heatsink should handle even with poor airflow as many M.2 slots are under GPU or some other restricted air applications.
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