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"intel ssd + 32 gb intel optane memory" vs "PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD"

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Just curious which I should select, when they're the same price.

I did see on the desktop site (wasn't visible on my phone) that "intel ssd + 32 gb intel optane memory" is usually $40 more, so it's probably the superior choice. Just wanted to check in case there's any benefit to "PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD" (like perhaps it uses less battery).

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@Brent212 

 

"intel ssd + 32 gb intel optane memory" is actually one piece of M.2 SSD.  Optane is designed for machine with normal HDD. I prefer to use M.2 NVMe SSD only, we can get better as shown on the following article

 

         https://au.pcmag.com/intel-optane-memory-32gb/61834/intel-optane-h10-tech-preview-heres-what-happens...

 

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BH
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