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Scootcha 638 606 December 25, 2015 at 05:37 PM in Solid State Drives (SSD) (7) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 12-25-2015 by GoodDay at 06:19 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 120GB Silicon Power S60 3K P/E Cycle Toggle MLC 2.5" 7mm Solid State Drive (SP120GBSS3S60S25) on sale for $31.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks Scootcha

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Edited December 25, 2015 at 06:00 PM by cricket702
Silicon Power 120GB S60 3K P/E Cycle Toggle MLC 2.5" 7mm SATA III 6Gb/s Internal Solid State Drive (SP120GBSS3S60S25)
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$32 Shipped with Prime

This budget-oriented SSD is at a historically low price according to Camel.
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#3
This is one hell of a deal. I just bought two of them. Thanks OP!
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#4
Super cheap, but you're likely to get what you pay for. A few reviewers say it's a bait and switch, and that SP has swapped out the controllers with cheaper ones. As a result the read/write speeds are lower than they were previously despite being the same product listing.
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144.99 list price Big Grin
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#6
Looks like the reviewers have found a little bait and switch happening with this model. Read them for yourself and decide.
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#7
Does anyone know if this a better deal/faster than the OCZ Triion 100 (128GB as well)?
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Quote from SteakNCheese View Post :
Looks like the reviewers have found a little bait and switch happening with this model. Read them for yourself and decide.
Could you buy it and return to Amazon if its not as advertised.
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#9
if i want to go from a regular drive to a ssd, how do i do that?
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#10
This is one of those "get what you pay for" deals. My data and time are worth more than the savings on a possible bait and switch.
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Quote from tarhonky View Post :
if i want to go from a regular drive to a ssd, how do i do that?
Find an empty spot inside your PC.
Put it there and plug in the SATA and power cables.
Go into your BIOS and tell it to boot off that drive.
Re-install Windows.
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#12
I want something for my second pc, is this the cheapest for gb ssd or has there been cheaper?
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I want something for my second pc, is this the cheapest for gb ssd or has there been cheaper?
There's been cheaper, but with hoops , such as Jet.com , new member discount and Amex, those kind of things.
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Got one. Thanks.
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if i want to go from a regular drive to a ssd, how do i do that?
When you install on the SSD, UNPLUG all other hard drives in the system. Windows likes to screw you on the install. After you install windows ono the SSD, reboot and plug the old drives back in.
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