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Force LE200 SSD 960GB - Average 2 years ago.
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GTX 1050 (Mobile) - Liked 2 years ago.
Graphics Cards

Vengeance SODIM DDR4 2400 C16 2x16GB - Liked 2 years ago.
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Core i5-7300HQ - Good 2 years ago.

— A very respectable and capable mobile CPU. I have no complaints about it, it does what it's supposed to and only starts to struggle with really heavy loads. Obviously it's no Xeon, but it's pretty good for what it is. Most of the time it idles at around 45-55C in my Dell XPS 15 9560.

Force NVMe PCIe M.2 960GB - Average 2 years ago.
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— Was initially very fast. My best bench was 255%, but it clocked a minimum of 240% with ease. A year of constant use later and it's struggling to crack 200%. The drive hasn't been abused, it's my boot and software drive. The laptop doesn't feel any slower or more sluggish during use, but I have noticed the UBM scores dropping significantly. There's a reason why the Samsungs cost £100 or more than the MP510. This isn't a bad SSD, but I expected better.

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