Patriot Hellfire 240GB NVMe M.2 SSD Review

Conclusion and Verdict

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Regardless for what you need fast storage, Patriot Hellfire seems like a good option. It’s designed to be fast but also not so expensive. The components used are solid and fully stable but at the same time not the most expensive, which makes the Hellfire great buy for gamers who are expecting the best performance for a reasonable price. Even those who can spend more will be interested in the Hellfire as it offers great performance and at the same time is not overheating as some of the competitive products.

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Patriot is offering three year warranty on the Hellfire SSD what isn’t much but let’s say it’s just right. It’s the life of average gaming PC so if nothing will happen with the drive in this period then user will probably replace it to new model. The Hellfire is also built on MLC NAND which should provide longer life than typical and more popular in last months TLC drives.

240GB version of Hellfire SSD costs about $130 in the Amazon store what isn’t much if this capacity is enough for our needs. It’s of course more than SATA SSD cost but I guess that it’s still reasonable price if we consider how fast this drive is. Buy now at Amazon – https://goo.gl/ntzy3g

Pros:

  • Great performance
  • Lower work temperature than competitive products
  • Reasonable price

Cons:

  • Nothing worth to mention

 

Final words:

If you are looking for a fast SSD but at the same time don’t want to spend too much, then the Patriot Hellfire is probably your best choice. It provides unbeatable performance when compared with other competitive products on the market.

It’s clear that Patriot Hellfire 240GB NVMe M.2 SSD is worth our recommendation!

 

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Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.