Hey everyone! I recently made a thread over on the Sager sub-forum asking for advice on whether to get an NVME or a 2.5" SATA SSD for mass storage for my P870KM1-G, mainly because I was worried about temperatures. The long and short of it is that temperatures should be fine regardless of which drive I choose, and that NVMEs are only that hot under high sustained loads that go on for a while. But in that thread @1610ftw had suggested that I might want to look into Micron's 5210 QLC SSD because it was made for mass storage at a relatively low price. I found a deal off of CeX (a good used electronics retailer here in the UK) for the 3.84TB model for £250 (or ~$330), so I thought I'd get it (Note that its price brand new is much more expensive, ~$500 or more normally from what I've seen). I couldn't believe what I got as this drive is literally brand new according to CrystalDiskMark: Satisfied, I ran a couple of benchmarks via CrystalDiskInfo, and got these results: I thought the 4KiB writes were a bit slow so I thought I'd benchmark my ~2 year old 1TB 850 EVO too, and here's the comparison: So it is a bit slower on the writes, but probably way faster than any HDD can get me. Plus it's almost 4TB so I can't complain at all. Out of curiosity, I thought I'd try out Micron's Momentum cache which leverages your RAM to see how much faster my drive would get. Well. Just look at the figures: Those speak for themselves to be quite honest. But I'm not gonna use Momentum cache. I don't need these speeds at the moment, and if I do, I'll just get an NVMe SSD. Anyway, thought I'd share this great deal, and also in case someone else is considering this SSD in the future. Also, I'd like to point out that another reason I got this SSD beyond mass storage (and the great value) is longevity. TweakTown reviewed this and recommended it for enterprise applications, and they also handily converted Micron's endurance figures. Look at their review here for figures and tests. Long story short, a 5.6PB endurance rating is way better than most consumer SSDs are, and for the price, you can't really say no. Hope this info was good and helpful! And also thanks again to @1610ftw for letting me know of this drive!