The MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro is the best value in 2TB NVMe market. The HP EX950 costs around $70 more, and the Samsung 970 EVO costs nearly $300 more. There are so few 2TB drives shipping today that it's even difficult to find a product close to the drive we tested today. The closest product we could find online is the Mushkin Pilot 2TB ($369.99 - Newegg), and it is a 3-year-old model with the original SMI SM2262 controller.
The 2TB BPX Pro isn't the fastest drive with the Phison E12 controller, and it's not the fastest overall NVMe SSD shipping today. None of that really matters when the drive gives you 90% of the performance of the best available, but with a massive discount that makes it affordable.
It shouldn't surprise anyone to see MyDigitalSSD with the best "bang for your buck" high-capacity SSD. This is where the company targets its products. For you to tell the difference between the BPX Pro and a faster NVMe SSD you would need to be a product tester with a stopwatch. It's not a glamorous job - I promise you don't want it.
What you can see when choosing the BPX Pro over the other 2TB NVMe SSDs shipping today is the bump in your wallet. The new $330 price point is the lowest we've seen for a premium NVMe SSD. Sadly, we don't know how long these prices can hold with the flash companies talking about reducing manufacturing output.
Last updated: Nov 15, 2019 at 01:16 pm CST
The Bottom Line
At just $330 for the 2TB model at the time of writing I don't see how anyone could pass this drive over. You get full NVMe performance for the cost of SATA.
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