Good CP-Ratio : eSports NFP075 512GB
"While the market is pushing toward PCIE 4.0 SSDs, there is still plenty of life left with PCIE 3.0 SSDs. Due to chip shortage and inflation, everything more expensive. A budget conscious buyer would not go wrong with a PCIE 3.0 SSD over the PCIE 4.0 SSD to save some money when considered of the performance per price ratio. Unless you must have the fastest drive and have the need for a heavy intensive workload, PCIE 4.0 SSD’s performance benefit may be hard to notice.
The NeoForza eSport NFP075 performs just as what we would expect. It is packed with good performance and competitive pricing. The read and write performance is well balanced. The temperature of the drive is also good where it reached 60C under heavy write.
The NFP075 512GB would be a good all-around SSD that can be your primary drive for the system. Given its good price-to-performance ratio, it would make a good choice as a secondary storage drive especially if you opt for the larger storage capacity model. It is certainly a great choice for those who are looking to upgrade from an older SATA drive and even those who are looking to upgrade their aging PCIE M.2 drive. The drive get sour seal of approval and earned our Best-Bang-for-the-Buck award!"
Good All-round SSD
Well-Balanced Read-Write Performance