We recently tested the new MyDigtalSSD BPX Pro in 960GB, 480GB, and 240GB sizes but started we would need to wait for the massive 2TB model. The wait is over according to MydigitalSSD's social media page.
The new 2TB BPX Pro comes with 1920GB of user available storage that offers impressive performance that breaks the 3,400 MB/s sequential read barrier.
There is very little competition in the 2TB NVMe space with most high-capacity shoppers choosing the Samsung 970 EVO 2TB ($577.99) as the default go to product for this category. The new BPX Pro gives the 970 EVO competition with a superior price and potentially superior performance. Our sample for review should arrive in the coming days. When it arrives we'll be able to say which is the fastest 2TB class NVMe SSD.
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