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Intel 660p NVMe M.2 SSD Review

Best Budget M.2?

« Introduction | A Closer Look at the 660p »


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The front of the packaging for the 660p has the Intel logo printed on the top, left hand corner. On the bottom right is the SSD 6 branding that takes up most of the box itself has an almost tie-dye look to it. Much more noticeable compared to the old, boring blue packaging Intel used to use.

The rear of the box is all blue, with a diagram of the actual size of the SSD, 2280. Directly above that are the Intel logo and SSD d branding. To the left, you find the UPC code, model and serial numbers, as well as the capacity of the drive. The back of the package also refers to the 5-year warranty on 660p.

Inside the box, the SSD is encased in a small, plastic clam shell, which, is secured by a piece of bi-folded cardboard. There is a cut out for the SSD, so you can see it when you remove the cardboard. There is also a small pamphlet in the box. This is an installation guide, as well as the warrant information.

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Paul Malfy

Paul started building computers in 1994. He studied journalism and computer science in college. Paul loves gaming but hardware is his true passion. News Writer and Product Reviewer.

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