HP EX920 M.2 1TB PCIe 3.1 X4 Nvme 3D TLC NAND Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) Max 3200 Mbps 2Yy47Aa#ABC
|Digital Storage Capacity||1 TB|
|Type of product||2.5-inch|
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- M.2 2280, HP controller Offering with 8 flash memory channels that support PCIe 3.1 x4 and NVMe 1.3
- Sequential read/write speeds up to 3, 200 Mbps/ 1, 800 Mbps, an industry top leading reliability (MTBF) 2M hours, and endurance (TBW) up to 400 TBW
- Higher order LDPC error Correction for high speed parallel decoding and real time error Correction to ensure data integrity and security
- Works on all Windows PC, Full compatibility with host.Exe (HP software pre-installation environment). Ideal upgrade for HP PCs
- Manufactured to HP high quality standards and fully tested and CERTIFIED in HP laboratories. Not intended for use in HP workstations
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|Compatible Devices||Desktop||This drive is compatible with servers and arrays that accept M.2 2280 PCIe drives||Desktop||—||—||Desktop, Laptop|
|Data Transfer Rate||3200 Mb per second||550 Mb per second||8 Gb per second||3500 Mb per second||3500 Mb per second||3500.00 Mb per second|
|Device Type||Solid State Drive||Internal Solid State Drive||Solid State Drive, Internal Drive||Solid State Drive, Solid State Drive||Solid State Drive, Solid State Drive||—|
|Digital Storage Capacity||1 TB||1 TB||1 TB||1 TB||1 TB||1000.0 GB|
|Hardware Interface||PCI||Solid State Drive||PCIE x 4||PCI Express x4||Express Card||Solid State Drive|
|Hardware Platform||PC||—||PC, Mac, Linux||PC||PC||Desktop/Laptop|
|Item Dimensions||5.75 x 3.90 x 0.85 inches||0.87 x 3.15 x 0.90 inches||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.09 inches||0.87 x 0.90 x 3.15 inches||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.14 inches||0.87 x 3.15 x 0.09 inches|
|Item Weight||2.72 ounces||1.76 ounces||0.20 ounces||1.92 ounces||0.28 ounces||—|
|Optical Storage Read Speed||na||—||—||—||—||—|
Model Brand: HP Series: EX920 M.2 model: 2yy47aa#abc device Type: internal Solid State Drive (SSD) used for: consumer Details form factor: M.2 2280 Capacity: 1TB memory components: 3D TLC NAND interface: PCI-Express 3(8gb/s) x4, NVMe 1.3 compliant with PCI-Express 3.1 performance MAX sequential read: up to 3, 200 Mbps Max sequential write: up to 1, 800 Mbps 4KB random read: up to 350, 000 IOPS 4KB random Write: up to 250, 000 IOPS read latency: 0.020ms write latency: 0.022ms MTBF: 2, 000, 000 hours Features High performance low power increased system responsiveness high reliability small Form-Factor minimum weight enhanced ruggedness high data integrity and security environmental power consumption (idle): 0.73W power consumption (active): 6.23W Operating temperature: 0°C +70°C storage Temperature: -40°C +85°C Max shock resistance: 100G/ 6 msec Max vibration resistance: 3.1 grams (2-500 Hz) Dimensions & Weight height: 3.5mm width: 22.00mm Depth: 80.00mm weight: 5.4G
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The chips themselves are Micron/Crucial 64-layer 3D TLC NANDs and the memory are NANYA chips. Both of these are leaders in the SSD/memory game. The controller is Silicon Motion SM2262, the same controller found in many brands of SSDs including Intel. On paper, the HP EX920 does many things right, 3200 reads, 1800 writes. To my surprise, my tests confirmed the specifications.
I honestly can't find anything wrong with this drive. Packing was premium, the specs are good, and blazing speeds at $80 less than the leading player in the market. The SSD even has a tiny red LED on the chip to let you know it's reading/writing like old hard drives used to do. This is a nice feature absent from many solid state drives. Helps let you know if your drive is working or not.
The only thing I would say is they should have included a heat sink to dispel heat. The 960 series for example, had a copper sticker on the rear to dissipate heat. I honestly don't know if this drive has an overheating problem but consecutive tests don't show a major decrease in performance so far.
Kudos HP for knocking it out of the park!
***EDIT DEC 2018***
My drive is still performing wonderfully. However I recently purchased another one from Best Buy on Ebay for my desktop and the temperature shows a constant 54 Degrees C on the SMART sensors. My original drive that I purchased here on Amazon reviewed here, shows the temperatures changing according to load as it shoud. Apparently all of the new EX920 SSDs from around September/October 2018 and on have been exhibiting this issue. It's not a real temperature overheating problem, just stuck. Many online said it was due to a firmware issue. Thew new firmware is SVN139B and the old firmware SVN101 works fine. My SSD is on a desktop with a heat sink on top and fans creating airflow so I doubt it will ever overheat. However until this issue gets resolved by HP, you may run into this issue with newer versions of this drive as well.
***EDIT JAN 2019***
There is a new firmware update available now MultiPointe, HP's third party partner version 2262 B16 Update that fixes the temperature issue. I can't link on Amazon, but searching onlien for EX920 firmware update will get you to the right place. After updating, my temps for my 1TB drive (with a heatsink on in a desktop computer) were around 20 degrees which is pretty great. Good luck!
the problem is not the SSD itself. It's a good value product and sometimes products fail. But this whole ridiculous situation due to warranty is very discouraging.
EDIT: The seller provided the contact for the manufacturer, turns out it's Multipointe and can be contacted by email email@example.com.
Multipointe received my defective drive, and sent a new one. The new one was DOA! At least the first one worked for a while before dying. This one is not recognized by neither M.2 NVMe port of my machine nor windows. I have contacted Multipointe again and will see to have it replaced... Again.
Despite the splendid feature mentioned above, consumers may find themselves difficult to find the official support on the HP webpage. Although it has 5 years warranty -same as its competitor, sx8200 and 760p-, the lack of official support page of ex920 will truly be a disadvantage...
It seems that you should contact either HP's laptop or accessory department for EX920's support.
One more important thing for those who use this NVME:
Since ex920 has similar architecture to the Intel 760p, their driver could be applied on the ex920 as well. In fact, by doing so, ~15% improvement on the 4k /4k multithread has been achieved on my system. (Tested on Ryzen1700+B350 chipset)
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Reviewed in Mexico on November 9, 2019