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post #411 of 438
Can you remove the sticker on it, or does that magically void the warranty as usual? These stickers totally destroy the aesthetics in a computer build.
post #412 of 438
it doesn't say warranty void if removed, so you can remove it....
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post #413 of 438
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Can you remove the sticker on it, or does that magically void the warranty as usual? These stickers totally destroy the aesthetics in a computer build.

I spent 5 minutes with a razor. Was able to get it off cleanly and sticker is stored on a piece of wax paper in case I need to put it back on and send the SDD back. The corners do have cuts designed into them, so if you just try to start peeling, you might rip the sticker.
post #414 of 438
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I spent 5 minutes with a razor. Was able to get it off cleanly and sticker is stored on a piece of wax paper in case I need to put it back on and send the SDD back. The corners do have cuts designed into them, so if you just try to start peeling, you might rip the sticker.

I learned that the hard way, but if you read the fine print, it doesn't matter anyway, because only the back sticker says removing this(singular) sticker will void the warranty.
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Nice one, thanks.. going up by 50MB/s / ~13000 IOPS per thread.
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post #416 of 438
What settings do you use with Magician, do you use RAPID mode.
post #417 of 438
any observations on the temps? seems like it hardly throttles so it shouldn't be overheating right?


also is there any news regarding NVMe 9xx EVO ?
post #418 of 438
tried copying a 88gb files, max temp was at 70 deg based on aida 64 reading...
post #419 of 438
celcius? and thats with the sticker untouched right? seems decent, although on the high side.
i'd worry if the M.2 is right beside the CPU, if the cooler used is not a pancake type it won't get any decent airflow.
post #420 of 438
yes, on a x99-a board, with gpu on top...
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