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Promoted 10-21-2014 by GoodDay at 08:18 PM View Original Post
TigerDirect.com has 120GB SanDisk Extreme II 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SDSSDXP-120G-G25) for $74.99 - $5 off with coupon code RAP145135 - $10 Off $50 (TigerDirect Email Coupon) = $59.99. Shipping is free. Thanks poetuan

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Written by GoodDay

Head over to Storage Review and Guru3D for their reviews of this SSD. Refer to the forum thread for additional details.

Price Comparison: Our research indicates that the 120GB SanDisk Extreme II 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive (SSD) is $23 lower (28% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $83. - GoodDay

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Edited October 21, 2014 at 05:49 PM by cricket702
Tigerdirect [tigerdirect.com] has it for $60 after code RAP145135 and $10 off $50 coupon
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In for one. This is the one of the best 120g SSD in the market.
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Same performance level compare with Samsung 840pro, 5 years warranty. I don't know why people still chose intel 530 at same price.
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Seemed like a good deal compared to the other, cheaper ones and I'm itching to install a fresh copy of Windows 7 on my comp (8.1's been disagreeing with me ever since I first installed it, plus I'm getting random malware from god knows where), so I bit on it. Thanks.
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Been looking for a good deal on an SSD! Thanks!
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Quote from dust26 View Post :
Same performance level compare with Samsung 840pro, 5 years warranty. I don't know why people still chose intel 530 at same price.
  • Taxes
  • Shoprunner
  • 14 day price match.
  • Came as a kit. (no, not everyone has everything laying around)
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Quote from sd444 View Post :
  • Taxes
  • Shoprunner
  • 14 day price match.
  • Came as a kit. (no, not everyone has everything laying around)
What does a kit provides?

I am buying a SSD for the first time. So just wonder if a kit is needed?
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Quote from aaabu View Post :
What does a kit provides?

I am buying a SSD for the first time. So just wonder if a kit is needed?
Check the newegg pictures.
  • Power cable.
  • SATA cable.
  • screws
  • Backet/adapter to fit into a 3.5" drive bay

You don't really need a bracket but the power and sata you do. ~$5 to buy.
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Quote from sd444 View Post :
Check the newegg pictures.
  • Power cable.
  • SATA cable.
  • screws
  • Backet/adapter to fit into a 3.5" drive bay

You don't really need a bracket but the power and sata you do. ~$5 to buy.

Thanks for the information.

I thought all the retail package "should" come with the kit. If not, it seems not that a good deal then.
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Thanks for the information.

I thought all the retail package "should" come with the kit. If not, it seems not that a good deal then.
They usually leave it out now because it's gets the price lower and some people don't need it i.e. laptops. The OP is just a drive in a retail box with manual.
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They usually leave it out now because it's gets the price lower and some people don't need it i.e. laptops. The OP is just a drive in a retail box with manual.
There's 6 different deals today, and I've been trying to decide all day, asking people in all of the threads, getting too many differnt opinions.... But this is my first SSD, but it's replacing the regular 750gb in my:
Hp Model: 17-e019dx
-4th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4000M processor
-4GB DDR3L SDRAM
-For multitasking power, expandable to 8GB.
-Multiformat DVD?RW/CD-RW drive
-17.3" LED-backlit high-definition display
-With BrightView technology and 1600 x 900 resolution
-750GB hard drive (5400 rpm)

Can't I just switch them out? I though they were the sane except SSD MUCH better, faster no moving parts, more reliable...

Since I've got you here, which one would you choose?
- Intel 530 Series SSDSC2BW120A4K5 2.5" 120GB SATA III MLC
- Corsair Force LS Series 2.5" 120GB MLC Internal SSD $55 AR@Newegg [newegg.com]
- SanDisk Extreme II 120GB Solid State Drive (SSD) $60 AC [tigerdirect.com]
- Crucial M500 Series 120GB SSD - $50 AC @ Tigerdirect - Free Shipping [tigerdirect.com]
- Transcend SSD340 Internal 128 GB Solid State Drive (SSD) - TS128GSSD340 $50 free
- Corsair 128GB Force LX Series MLC SSD CSSD-F128GBLX $60AR ($53 w/vco) @Newegg

***The Crucial is sold out online, and there isn't a store near me, so pretty sure that's off the table.... Thought I was going to go w/Transcend because of the speeds, but now you've got me thing differently...

***And I can't keep both right? What about getting rid of the optical drive? If I could keep both, I would be able to stretch keeping this laptop for longer..
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Quote from pg6718 View Post :
There's 6 different deals today, and I've been trying to decide all day, asking people in all of the threads, getting too many differnt opinions.... But this is my first SSD, but it's replacing the regular 750gb in my:
Hp Model: 17-e019dx
-4th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4000M processor
-4GB DDR3L SDRAM
-For multitasking power, expandable to 8GB.
-Multiformat DVD?RW/CD-RW drive
-17.3" LED-backlit high-definition display
-With BrightView technology and 1600 x 900 resolution
-750GB hard drive (5400 rpm)

Can't I just switch them out? I though they were the sane except SSD MUCH better, faster no moving parts, more reliable...

Since I've got you here, which one would you choose?
- Intel 530 Series SSDSC2BW120A4K5 2.5" 120GB SATA III MLC
- Corsair Force LS Series 2.5" 120GB MLC Internal SSD $55 AR@Newegg [newegg.com]
- SanDisk Extreme II 120GB Solid State Drive (SSD) $60 AC [tigerdirect.com]
- Crucial M500 Series 120GB SSD - $50 AC @ Tigerdirect - Free Shipping [tigerdirect.com]
- Transcend SSD340 Internal 128 GB Solid State Drive (SSD) - TS128GSSD340 $50 free
- Corsair 128GB Force LX Series MLC SSD CSSD-F128GBLX $60AR ($53 w/vco) @Newegg

***The Crucial is sold out online, and there isn't a store near me, so pretty sure that's off the table.... Thought I was going to go w/Transcend because of the speeds, but now you've got me thing differently...

***And I can't keep both right? What about getting rid of the optical drive? If I could keep both, I would be able to stretch keeping this laptop for longer...
You should be able to keep both drives if you buy a HDD caddy and remove the DVD drive out.

You need to buy something like this.
http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%A...0056EW4A4/

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