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For entry-level users and DIY system manufacturers, the A2000 series NVMe PCIeSSDIt's a good choice, with extremely fast response and fast loading.
In addition, A2000 supports 256-bit AES hardware self-encryption, provides end-to-end data protection, and allows independent software vendors to use TCG Opal 2.0-based security management solutions. Built-in eDrive support can be used in conjunction with the BitLocker Secure Storage Specification.
Kingston A2000 series NVMe PCIe SSD adopts PCIe Gen 3.0 X4 interface and provides 250 GB/500 GB/1 TB three-file capacity. The sequential reading and writing are 2000/1100, 2200/2000 and 2200/2000 MB/s, respectively.
In terms of random performance, the series SSDs can reach 150 k/180 k, 180 k/200 K and 250 k/220 K IOPS respectively. Durability is 150/350/600 TBW. Finally, the manufacturer provides 5-year quality assurance and free technical support.
If you do not plan to upgrade to PCIe 4.0 motherboard immediately, then Kingston A2000 Series PCIe 3.0 X4 NVMe SSD is worth considering.