04-01-2019 01:49 PM - edited 04-01-2019 02:56 PM
Hello! I made Purchase Lenovo V 130-15IKB and I bought, Extra Crucial SSD Crucial BX500 960GB, what was recomended couple month ago from Technical support spidey101. But now I realise when I need the third SSD drive inside Lenovo V 130-15IKB. Do there is space for third SSD drive inside Lenovo V 130-15IKB? Is it possible to put inside one more, third SSD drive?
Here is my earlier post about extra SSD inside Lenovo Lenovo V 130-15IKB. spidey101. response.
SSD Crucial BX500 960GB,
04-01-2019 02:09 PM - edited 04-01-2019 02:36 PM
Here is problem about, Crucial BX500 960GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-inch SSD. When I made Copy a lot of video files more than 90GB Folder. Inside Folder there is a lot of video HD files. For some video files when file appear inside copy list, speed from 300 MB/s drops down to 6 MB/s, but not for all videos files, 30% video files Crucial SSD can only copy with speed 6 MB/s. Copy write time is much longer like expect. For separate video files Crucial SSD can copy only with speed 6 MB/s, pretty low fro SSD only 6 MB/s. That speed drops down for all 4k videos, and other videos also. The copy time extend to 16 minutes, 90 GB Folder size. Why there is such problem? When speed from 300 MB/s drops down to 6 MB/s for some files inside video folder.
04-02-2019 07:15 AM
There is no other storage space available aside from the SD memory slot. This can be slower than other storage performance.
I do not think there is a problem as explained to previous post as an answer to your query " You can upgrade the current M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD 256GB up to 512GB of the same type. Best option for choice should be those OEM parts as listed here (click solid state under commodity type). " .
Crucial is only one of the reseller as an example "If you are interested on adding additional storage then you can fit in a typical HDD SATA 2.5 7mm drive up to 1`TB. You may also choose a SATA SSD (same size) like here for faster read and write. It may not be as fast as those PCIe NVMe type of SSD but still fast enough perhaps for your basic need.".
You could read more about SATA and PCIe performance here. When we do our upgrades as a user, we do go beyond OEM specifications so we expect that there may be possibility of limitation of features offered.
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