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480GB Toshiba OCZ Vertex 460A 2.5" Solid State Drive for $115 *In-Store Pick-Up Only* at Fry's

Flyfarmer 144 May 17, 2016 at 03:14 PM in Solid State Drives (SSD) (7) More Frys Deals
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Last Edited by Flyfarmer May 28, 2016 at 07:43 AM
Fry's has this 480GB Toshiba OCZ Vertex 460A 2.5" Solid State Drive on clearance for 115, free shipping. Now in-store pickup only.

A much better one than those Sandisk SSD.

http://www.frys.com/product/83777...IN_RSLT_PG

Memory Components: MLC /Multi-Level Cell
Interface: SATA III
Capacity: 480
Read Speed: 530
Write Speed: 420

SanDisk X400 VS this one
http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Comp...18vsm21677
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was going get either this one or the 250gb. But shipping is not available
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I have Samsung 850 EVO in my desktop for gaming and other heavy tasks and its super fast. I want to put this in my laptop which is mainly for web surfing, watching videos... is this good enough for that?
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I have Samsung 850 EVO in my desktop for gaming and other heavy tasks and its super fast. I want to put this in my laptop which is mainly for web surfing, watching videos... is this good enough for that?
you won't notice a difference between this and your 850 evo.

http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Comp...77vsm21677
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anyone try 5 of these in a raid array ?
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amazing value Smilie
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How can one install this in Dell xps desktop?
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nice price, too bad its not in stock near me and its instore pickup only
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Quote from Yeloazndevil View Post :
nice price, too bad its not in stock near me and its instore pickup only
if you see this yesterday this time when posted it, they were in stock for shipping
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I have Samsung 850 EVO in my desktop for gaming and other heavy tasks and its super fast. I want to put this in my laptop which is mainly for web surfing, watching videos... is this good enough for that?
850 is about 20% faster
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Quote from protech97 View Post :
How can one install this in Dell xps desktop?
google "how to install ssd in dell xps desktop"

Quote from davidjon34 View Post :
850 is about 20% faster
which most likely not noticeable in real world usage.
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Last edited by HY-SD May 18, 2016 at 04:14 PM
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I'm pretty impressed with the SanDisk x400. At this price point, I don't know why anyone would consider anything else. The x400 has a really good endurance rating. The 512GB is $118 on NewEgg and Amazon. And it comes with a 5 year warranty, same as the 850 EVO. This drive is only 3 year warranty.
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I'm pretty impressed with the SanDisk x400. At this price point, I don't know why anyone would consider anything else. The x400 has a really good endurance rating. The 512GB is $118 on NewEgg and Amazon. And it comes with a 5 year warranty, same as the 850 EVO. This drive is only 3 year warranty.
just curious how much experience do you have with ssd, you could keep impressed with x400.
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Quote from dw1234 View Post :
I'm pretty impressed with the SanDisk x400. At this price point, I don't know why anyone would consider anything else. The x400 has a really good endurance rating. The 512GB is $118 on NewEgg and Amazon. And it comes with a 5 year warranty, same as the 850 EVO. This drive is only 3 year warranty.
not sure how to talk about endurance of x400 consider it's not even out for 2 months and utilizes TLC.
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not sure how to talk about endurance of x400 consider it's not even out for 2 months and utilizes TLC.
The 850 EVO is TLC so I don't really understand the argument of TLC vs MLC anymore, especially since the low priced MLC drives are low grade. http://www.anandtech.com/show/102...-review/10
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