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TDMVP73 24,300 101,934 June 2, 2015 at 03:10 AM in Solid State Drives (SSD) (7) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 06-04-2015 by longmanj9 at 04:36 PM View Original Post
Newegg has 240GB OCZ Arc 100 Series SATA III Solid State Drive SSD (ARC100-25SAT3-240G) for $99.99 - $10 w/ promo code EMCATAN23 - $20 Rebate = $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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This matches this previous +44 Frontpage Deal. See forum thread for additional deals.


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Edited June 4, 2015 at 05:04 PM by TDMVP73
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share. The 240 GB OCZ ARC 100 SSD matches the previous +44 FP Deal from last month!
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Last Edited by ryan5315 June 4, 2015 at 05:44 PM
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This drive apparently doesn't support low power states, so is a poor choice for a laptop. I was just about to pull the trigger, and I decided to skim the Anandtech review before I bought. Glad I didn't get it.
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It was only $8 cheaper because there was $1.99 S&H. And it was still a +43 FP Deal at $69.99 AR a week prior to that.

At $0.29 per GB after-rebate, it's a bargain for an SSD with Toshiba 19nm MLC NAND.

You're probably not going to see the $50 to $60 range again until Black Friday, I think.
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My, these things are getting cheaper. Hard drives have got to be a threatened species for future laptops.
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Quote from TDMVP73 View Post :
It was only $8 cheaper because there was $1.99 S&H. And it was still a +43 FP Deal at $69.99 AR a week prior to that.

At $0.29 per GB after-rebate, it's a bargain for an SSD with Toshiba 19nm MLC NAND.

You're probably not going to see the $50 to $60 range again until Black Friday, I think.
Twice a month this drive is $70 AR. And, it's $70 AR twice a month from each of NewEgg, Tigerdirect etc.

The way SSD prices are dropping, it will probably be $50 on BF and $60AR twice a month before that.
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FYI, OCZ hasn't loaded this particular rebate yet on their rebate registration site. I'm sure it'll be loaded soon but there's a different, $10 rebate that would also be valid. So when you click through to claim the rebate be sure to enter this particular rebate ID (OCZ2-12686) otherwise, if you aren't paying attention you're only going to get $10 back instead of $20.
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Quote from bennion.r View Post :
This drive apparently doesn't support low power states, so is a poor choice for a laptop. I was just about to pull the trigger, and I decided to skim the Anandtech review before I bought. Glad I didn't get it.
Thank you for this. I'm shopping for an SSD for my laptop. Low power is important unless someone's attached to their power cord (I'm not). good info...
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Thank you for this. I'm shopping for an SSD for my laptop. Low power is important unless someone's attached to their power cord (I'm not). good info...
Even without low power mode this is going to use less battery than a HDD would.
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Even without low power mode this is going to use less battery than a HDD would.
No disagreement here. But would prefer one with a low power mode if I'm going to buy one. My newer SSD laptop has that and it's really nice to have a long battery life.
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TigerDirect had this in a antivirus combo deal with $90 total rebate. The drive ended up costing $25+S&H
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TigerDirect had this in a antivirus combo deal with $90 total rebate. The drive ended up costing $25+S&H
Yes, that offer is available again at TigerDirect. woot
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How is this SSD compared with Samsung or Sandisk? Quality and performance wise.
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