fanxiang S880 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD M.2 2280 Internal Solid

fanxiang S880 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive - Up to 7300MB/s

fanxiang S880 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive – Up to 7300MB/s, Compatible with desktops and laptops

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S500 PRO SSDS660 ssdS660 ssdS770 SSDS770 SSD
Form Factor PCIe 3.0 x 4(NVMe 1.3) PCIe 4.0 x 4(NVMe 1.4) PCIe 4.0 x 4(NVMe 1.4) PCIe 4.0 x 4(NVMe 1.4) PCIe 4.0 x 4(NVMe 1.4)
Performance (Read/Write) 3,200/2,800 MB/s 4800/2650 MB/s 5000/4500 MB/s 7300/5400 MB/s 7300/6800 MB/s
TBW(Terabyte Written) 320 TBW 350TBW 700TBW 700TBW 1400TBW
Operating Temperature 0 – 70℃ 0 – 70℃ 0 – 70℃ 0 – 70℃ 0 – 70℃
Provide installation tools

Weight: 50 g
Dimensions: 14.81 x 8.61 x 1.52 cm; 50 Grams
Brand: fanxiang
Model: S880
Manufacture: fanxiang
Dimensions: 14.81 x 8.61 x 1.52 cm; 50 Grams

15 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The Fanxiang S500 Pro 2TB NVMe SSD is a game-changer for storage. Blazing fast speeds with PCIe Gen3x4, and the 2TB capacity is perfect for my needs. The compact M.2 2280 form factor makes installation a breeze. This SSD significantly boosts my system’s responsiveness, and the reliability is outstanding. If you’re looking for top-tier NVMe storage, the Fanxiang S500 Pro is a solid choice. Five stars!

  2. Korey7497jk says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersIt does get a bit warm while I play games but this does not affect the performance in any way. i did a lot of research and reading before buying a product like this. this was the cheapest one at the time with only one youtube video about it. 2 years later and the speeds are exactly the same as the day i bought it. I can’t fault it at all an i will happily buy this again in the future

  3. Bonnie Cha says:

     United Kingdom

    Quick and easy to install to my pc I did not even have to remove my GPU speeds are good just got to see if it lasts amazing for the price so fa

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I love this SSD, it’s super fast, 100% compatible with my PS5 as was advertised and it’s size is also the right amount, my only real complaint I have to make is that I had to assemble it and that wasn’t the easiest task with my shaky hands, but after I got that done, it was easy to get installed and working.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Great once I remembered how to format the drives I was up and running with really good performance although I’ve written down how to do it now but very happy with theses

  6. WinstonLeary says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersGot this as a secondary m. 2 for my 3080 build. I know it isn’t the fastest thing ever but I mean with these speeds you never notice any difference really and if you so you do you are either super picky or lying. Reliability is what matters most to me and so far so good. Gonna get a second of these to upgrade my laptops storage. They’re cheap, high capacity and reliable

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 5 From Our UsersI recently decided to give my trusty computer a much-needed boost, and the Fanxiang S500 Pro 2TB NVMe SSD has been the heart of this transformation. It’s not just an upgrade; it’s a revelation in storage performance.

    Performance (5/5):
    I can’t stress enough how the Fanxiang S500 Pro has turbocharged my computing experience. The performance is nothing short of spectacular. It effortlessly shaves seconds off boot times and application launches, making my computer feel brand new. Large file transfers are a breeze, and I’ve experienced a significant improvement in overall system responsiveness. It’s like my computer got a shot of adrenaline.

    Capacity (5/5):
    With a generous 2TB of storage, the S500 Pro has banished my storage woes for good. I no longer have to play a digital game of Tetris with my files, constantly shuffling them between drives. It’s a dream for anyone who deals with large media files or has a massive game library. I now have space to spare for all my creative projects and games.

    Reliability (5/5):
    When it comes to storage, reliability is paramount, and the S500 Pro has been rock-solid. I’ve put it through its paces with extensive use and demanding tasks, and it hasn’t flinched once. Its advanced error correction features give me peace of mind that my precious data is safe and sound.

    Ease of Installation (5/5):
    I’m not the most tech-savvy person, but installing the S500 Pro was a breeze. The instructions were crystal clear, and the M.2 form factor made it compatible with my motherboard without any hassle. It’s a straightforward process that even someone with basic technical knowledge can handle.

    Value for Money (5/5):
    In terms of bang for your buck, the Fanxiang S500 Pro is a steal. It delivers NVMe SSD speeds and a capacious 2TB storage at a price that won’t break the bank.

    Overall (5/5):
    The Fanxiang S500 Pro 2TB NVMe SSD has been a game-changer for my computing setup. It’s not just a storage upgrade; it’s a transformational experience. Its exceptional performance, cavernous storage, and ease of installation make it an ideal choice for anyone looking to supercharge their computer. Whether I’m gaming, editing videos, or tackling everyday tasks, the S500 Pro delivers excellence in every aspect. It’s become an essential part of my computing setup, and I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone looking to take their computer’s performance to the next level.

  8. Jen@born2impress says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersI was a bit dubious as I’d not heard of the brand before, but I was actually really surprised with it. Replaced a reliable Crucial M.2 in my gaming laptop that was a 512GB, with this one.

    Not only is the performance clearly better (I’d say about 30% faster? Don’t quote me though) but very reliable. I was expecting a high failure rate, but nope, absolutely solid as a rock.

    I understand from a thread on a tech site that the company has a good reputation in China, the components used are very high quality, even if the brand is a bit unknown in the West. If you’re on the fence, I highly recommend trying them out before people realise how good this brand is over here and the prices get hiked.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Read/write speeds way off what was quoted

    MacBook Pro 16″ M1Max 64GB, macOS 13.5

    fanxiang S880 4TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD M.2 2280

    It’s a new s880 model with 4TB and seems to be 2x slower than advertised but to be honest this drive is connected through the enclosure to myt laptop, so I guess it could work faster without it.

    4.0 out of 5 stars Read/write speeds can be slow because of the enclosure

  10. Finance Magnates Reviews says:

     United Kingdom

    Got this for my ps5 and boy was I surprised how quick it is compared to the ps5’s actual ssd. Way faster and way better performance in games too. Delighted with this and it’ll.even operate without a heatsink. I bought a heatsink though just in case.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    It’s no such allot words need. Foto for you. Burgain? – Ofcs. And don’t forget radiator on top of that hot thing. (Cheap-fine)
    Not such allot info about m.2 life like TBW. 2tb it’s ~1400 and 4tb version ~2800. 232 layer TLC.
    That’s it fox. Thank you.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Ok, Fox. 4tb and s880. For geeks :-)

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Was not sure about buying this as I normally go for a more well known brand but took the punt and was not disappointed, you can buy with confidence, My speeds are 7200 read and 6200 write, Brilliant drive

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 5 From Our UsersI bought it to clone my Windows 10 of my HP X360 which has only 0.5 TB NVMe ssd. The 4 TB is an increase of 8 times of the disk capacity.
    I have confirmed before with a previous 2TB fangxiang S550 NVMe ssd, formatted to NTFS filing system with a GPT partition table and find it works for Linux and mobile phone as well as in Windows 10. That has a speed of 5,300MB/s.
    The 4TB claims to have a speed of 7,300MB/s. When I tried to copy files from a Sata disk source I got about 530MB/s. This I believe was the rated maximum speed of reading the common Sata SSD as they peak at about 550MB/s read and write.
    I then created several partitions in my 4TB S880 NVMe and can confirm moving data between partitions within the ssd I got about 1,400MB/s speed. I think the high speed is possible with more modern hardware as my laptop is 7 to 8 years old now. The file sizes also affect the transfer speed. Essentially small files slows down the speed quickly.
    I can confirm the fangxiang S880 4TB does have the fully capacity as I was able to write data at the end of the ssd with intervening partitions in between.

  14. TomasTierney says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 9 From Our UsersProduct = fanxiang S660 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive – with Heatsink, Up to 4800MB/s, Perfectly Compatible with PS5, Dynamic SLC Cache

    Which was only 72.24 (One of the cheapest NVME SSDs you can buy for the speeds it claims to produce)

    Works but came with 3 power on counts. (Refer to picture)
    Probably from factory testing? (No idea but basically new, so not worried there)

    Speeds were similar to SATA speeds, but this was with the SSD inside an enclosure. So I may get faster speeds using a direct PCIe connection.

    Cannot speak for longevity with these types of products; only time will tell.
    At the end of the day, “You get what you pay for.”
    So if that saying is true, I will expect this to fail within its Warrantied “1400TBW”, and only then will we figure out how this company Fanxiang solves warranty replacement.

    I tried fitting the SSD inside the Heat spreader it came with, but it was very loose unless you used a thermal pad. It comes with 4 thermal pads, 2 thin (grey) and 2 thicker ones (white)
    I tried installing this onto the SSD with no luck.
    I don’t understand why 1 white pad doesn’t fit (Maybe it just needs to be mangled shut and will be alright)
    Using 2 grey pads, it was too loose still.

    Comes with a screw and a screwdriver in the box.
    It seems to work okay for now, but I will update this if anything happens to the SSD or when I manage to test it inside a PCIE direct connection to verify if the advertised speeds are accurate.

    4.0 out of 5 stars Cheap + Works but came with 3 power on counts

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 8 From Our UsersFor 39 this is a no brainer. My Dell 3650 i9 Workstation Win 10 Pro already had an M.2 SSD System Drive, but only 500Gb, so not enough space left to seriously edit Full HD Video. Trying to use the HDD Backup Mech/spinner HDD I put in was hopeless, as just not fast enough, particularly with Adobe or Shotcut Editors, causing out of sync audio Timelines and very draggy. I tried a Samsung USB3 external SSD to edit from and that fixed all problems, read and writes between 300-400 Mb/s, as against 150 Mb/s of the spinner drive.

    Disliking cables and bits hanging around outside, I looked at the Spec of the Dell Motherboard and found it had a spare M.2 SSD socket (The other one being used for Win/System). So, took the plunge and bought This M.2 SSD.

    The only problem I hit and that’s not the SSD’s fault, is that screw fixing on the Motherboard was a standard screw fixing with no standoff post or spacer, which would have placed the SSD too tight to the Motherboard. Fortunately, amongst my PC spares, I had a short standoff post to act as a spacer. Removed the Motherboard screw, replaced it with the Post, put in the SSD, pushed it down and put the original screw back on to clamp it in place. Perfick!

    I’m getting speeds almost the same as the Dell System SSD, but with loads of independent editing space and storage. It’s also running at a slightly lower temperature than the System SSD. The first spec is the Dell System M.2 and the second is this fanxiang S500 Pro 1TB NVMe SSD M.2 PCIe Gen3x4.

    Only been there for a day, so can’t comment on longevity.

    Very happy.

    Just to note, I’ve never had editing issues with my 2 main Apple iMacs, but then, they are totally SSD. So there’s the answer … SSD.

    5.0 out of 5 stars fanxiang S500 Pro 1TB NVMe SSD M.2 PCIe Gen3x4