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#2
"solid" deal
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#3
FYI - I used "C10FALLFLASH" to get extra $10 off. Smilie
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Thank you DJ3xclusive. Grabbed one.
And thanks to kienmap for the heads up on the coupon.
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#5
Do these have issues with endurance?
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Quote from kienmap View Post :
FYI - I used "C10FALLFLASH" to get extra $10 off. Smilie
works. Good job.
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notice this is the much cheaper and considerably inferior 750 evo, not 850.
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Quote from AnsonL6358 View Post :
Do these have issues with endurance?
yep

this isn't a good deal in the slightest

for a few dollars more you can get the vastly superior 850 evo
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Quote from racebum View Post :
yep

this isn't a good deal in the slightest

for a few dollars more you can get the vastly superior 850 evo
It's $53 after coupon. Where can you get an Evo 850 for a few more dollars?
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It's $53 after coupon. Where can you get an Evo 850 for a few more dollars?
I have exactly the same question. A quick search showed $88.xx as the cheapest price for the 850, which is 70% more expensive than this deal...
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Quote from Wr3ktedbytigerdirect View Post :
It's $53 after coupon. Where can you get an Evo 850 for a few more dollars?
Quote from doublfelix View Post :
I have exactly the same question. A quick search showed $88.xx as the cheapest price for the 850, which is 70% more expensive than this deal...
there's no universal definite for "few" though.
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there's no universal definite for "few" though.
that's $35. That's about 20 minutes of work. Even if your dirt poor and it takes you an hour to make that much money. think this one out. If you buy a 750 and it slows down in 6 months. just how good was that deal? also with the new Intel m.2 drives that are doing about 3x the read speed of an 850 evo for not all that much more again you may want to go that way. a 256 is only 129 shipped
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It's $53 after coupon. Where can you get an Evo 850 for a few more dollars?
On SD, "a few more dollars" always means 'a lot more %-wise, but I'm trying to make a point'
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How many is the coupon good for? Just 1?

Darn, from Newegg so CA tax.
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that's $35. That's about 20 minutes of work. Even if your dirt poor and it takes you an hour to make that much money. think this one out. If you buy a 750 and it slows down in 6 months. just how good was that deal? also with the new Intel m.2 drives that are doing about 3x the read speed of an 850 evo for not all that much more again you may want to go that way. a 256 is only 129 shipped
Are you trying to imply that "dirt poor" people make $35/hour?
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