Looks decent, I see you can get the SN850 for £15 more which is tempting.There really won't be much of difference between different NVMes, so don't see sense in paying big luxury extras.
FireCuda 520 would be 5GB/s capable Phison E16 drive.
Seagate FireCuda 520 2TB SSD PCIe Gen4 NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive (ZP2000GM3A002) (SKU: HD-3BX-SE) = £229.99
(Corsair MP600 Core is overpriced for QLC)
Looks decent, I see you can get the SN850 for £15 more which is tempting.
Listening to Frank Azor it sounds like it's too soon to jump in. I'll wait to see which drives and controllers will meet the Smart Access Storage requirements. Seems just being PCIE 4 or 5 will not be enough to guarantee it will be fast enough to work.
Definitely be a minimum spec but he didn't go into details. Sounded like some drives would be good whereas other similar drives with different controllers or internal configurations wouldn't. Maybe some throttle after a time with high throughput?Isn't it just based on windows directstorage api? If so, I thought all you needed was a pci-e 3.0 drive, is there more to it?