read write speed M.2 PCIe SSD ?

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https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/10/alienware-aurora-review-gaming-pc/

The Toshiba NVMe SSD is an outstanding performer too, with sequential reads in CrystalDiskMark of 2,549MB/sec and writes of 1,115MB/sec. That's up there with Samsung's market-leading 512GB 950 Pro, although its upcoming 960 Pro will likely move the goalposts once again. Still, these are crazy-fast speeds and any games stored on the SSD load extremely quickly. Really, the only flaw with the Aurora's storage is the fact that there's a slow, spinning-platter hard drive included by default, as the NVMe SSD is a configurable extra.