I want the 2 TB, is it possible?

asked on May 10, 2018

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It's technically possible. Frankly if you need 2TB you aren't using NVMe technology for what it was made for. In my opinion NVMe should be used for the OS and high memory demand games ONLY. For large data storage SSD are only good if you want to write data once and leave it safely for a long time. SDD's have a finite n… see more It's technically possible. Frankly if you need 2TB you aren't using NVMe technology for what it was made for. In my opinion NVMe should be used for the OS and high memory demand games ONLY. For large data storage SSD are only good if you want to write data once and leave it safely for a long time. SDD's have a finite number of times you can write to each data block before they fail. And NVMe is best used for super fast data writing (ei done in the background). For games I use my NVMe for extended page filing (swap). If you are writing new data frequently you are better off with a high speed HDD (which are also allllot cheaper). see less It's technically possible. Frankly if you need 2TB you aren't using NVMe technology for what it was made for. In my opinion NVMe should be used for the OS and high memory demand games ONLY. For large data storage SSD are only good if you want to write data once and leave it safely for a long time. SDD's have a finite number of times you can write to each data block before they fail. And NVMe is best used for super fast data writing (ei done in the background). For games I use my NVMe for extended page filing (swap). If you are writing new data frequently you are better off with a high speed HDD (which are also allllot cheaper).
Nimic
· June 2, 2021
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If you find someone with TB, you can have as much of it as you want!
Michael Smith
· February 25, 2020
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You can't just have the 2TB. You have to prove your worth first. Count from 1 to 2,000,000,000,000 and jump up on every prime number. Then you can buy the 2TB.
SSD
· December 3, 2019
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According to Amazon... no, while it’s listed as one of the options I haven’t seen it available. but try checking other sources.
Amazon Customer
· December 6, 2020
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This page lists up to a 2TB option so... yes.
Adam R.
· August 18, 2018
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No, you're not allowed.
Osirus
· October 18, 2019
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