Product Comparison: Intel SSDPEKNW010T8X1 vs Crucial CT1000P1SSD8

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General Specifications
About the Product
Combining PCIe standard with Intel QLC 3D NAND technology, the Intel 660p Series SSD delivers blazing data transfer speed and enables the possibility of high capacity. Its ultra-compact M.2 form factor makes it a perfect choice.
Game faster or store all your precious memories, the Crucial P1 SSD delivers. With capacities up to 1 TB and performance accelerated by the NVMe PCIe technology, the P1 is designed to be the only storage upgrade you need.
Key Specs
1000 GB
1000 GB
Read Speed
1800 Mb/s
2000 Mb/s
Write Speed
1800 Mb/s
1700 Mb/s
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Intel SSDPEKNW010T8X1 1TB Internal Solid State Drives
  • Sequential reading and writing speed is great around 1.5gb/sec.
  • Now I can store trillions of epic steam games on my pc. and windows boots up in like 10 seconds.
  • Speed of Read and Write is amazing and the system boot is fast too.
  • I purchased this drive expecting the speeds to be amazing as it was an M2 NVME drive and I was disappointed.
  • After 20GB of data written to SSD speed dropped dramatically and remained steadily slow.
Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 1TB Solid State Drive
  • 1,800MB/s Read/Write speeds in my system on sequential loads. This is more than enough for use as a primary drive in my laptop.
  • It is superior to the Intel 660p, which uses the same QLC memory, because is has 1GB of RAM per TB of storage.
  • My laptop boots up in seconds, logs in and has all applications running in no time at all. Also ha lot of space.
  • The SSD has ample capacity for all my applications, documents and music.
  • Great speeds as long as you don't move more than around 30-40 GB at once. But after, everything is going slow.
Size & Weight
0.86 in.
0.86 in.
3.15 in.
3.14 in.
1.38 in.
1.38 in.
0.35 oz.
0.59 oz.
Form Factor
NVMe M.2
M.2 2280
PCle 3.0 x4
PCle 3.0 x4
Memory Chip Type
Encryption Algorithm
AES 256-bit
AES 256-bit
Intel Smart Response Technology, Intel Rapid Start Technology, End-to-End Data Protection
User-upgradeable firmware, Acronis True Image, Crucial cloning software
What customers say about "Features"
Intel SSDPEKNW010T8X1 1TB Internal Solid State Drives
  • The SSD, despite having a TLC cache is serving me well.
  • This m.2 storage and in real world usage i.e loading games and programs, just as fast as the more expensive Samsung alternatives.
  • SSD in m.2 package and NVMe 3.0 x4 technology and QLC memory. Just a great drive.
  • Great SSD with M.2 format with NVMe technology at an excellent performance.
  • I discovered that the problem with transfer speed is that the drive uses QLC memory with inferior performance.
Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 1TB Solid State Drive
  • This is only the second QLC (quad level cell) NVMe PCIe M.2 to come to the consumer market. And I happy with this, as works just fine.
  • It was easy to install but required reinstalling Windows and all software from scratch because I couldn't clone the old drive.
  • If you are looking to install this in a well ventilated PC case, then this is a usable product with m2 form and QLC chip.
  • It was installed in seconds, as you'd expect with an M.2 drive.
  • These SSDs are low-end devices and the firmware is badly written.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
5 year(s)
5 year(s)
Other Information
104.99 $

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