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Fry's.com has 250GB Samsung 850 Evo 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive (MZ-75E250B/AM) on sale for $69 when you apply your $40.99 Off unique Email Promo Code (sign up for future promo code offers here) during checkout. Free store pickup where available. Thanks imsat

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Link to buy (in-store and online with Friday promo code): http://www.frys.com/product/8310177

Final price: $69.00 ($109.99 - $40.99 promo code discount).
  • Powered by Samsung V-NAND Technology. Optimized Performance for Everyday Computing.
  • Incredible Sequential Read/Write Performance : Up to 540MB/s and 520MB/s Respectively,and Random Read/Write IOPS Performance : Up to 97K and 88K Respectively
  • Endurance, Reliability, Energy Efficiency, and a 5-Year Limited Warranty
  • Included Contents: 2.5" (7mm) SATA III (6GB/s) SSD & User Manual (All Other Cables, Screws, Brackets Not Included).
  • Free download of Samsung Data Migration and Magician software available for easy installation and SSD management
  • Windows 10/8/7/Vista SP1 and above (32/64 bit), Widows Server 2008 (32/64 bit), Linux Compatible.

Friday ad (06/30/17): http://images.frys.com/art/email/...i_web.html

Link to sign up for promo code: http://www.frys.com/workflow/Acct...rtop032615
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oh you're serious?

the flippers here crack me up. you could instead sit on a XXX fund for XXX return per year with zero work. instead you "invest" in a depreciating asset spending hours to buy, advertise, sell, and ship to make a couple dollars while it sits and depreciates.

EDIT: don't ask me for investing advice I am not an investing encyclopedia or financial adviser. google, read warren buffett, investopedia, fool.com, etc. etc. on basic low risk stock investments.

that aside, with the many promo code glitches I've experienced, I wouldn't be surprised if this rings up for $30. that would be a windfall. I guess. for the half an hour they scrounge around at the counter trying to find where they put your reserved item aside.
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Investing in PC Parts doesn't seem like a smart move...
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3 years ago I bought an Intel 240GB mlc SSD for $60 and that was a so so deal. Today a 250GB TLC SSD for $70 is considered a good deal. What this world has come into?
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great price!
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Can't buy online until tomorrow, right? Never used their promo codes before but I signed up.
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I haven't received my Friday code yet. When do they send those out (Chicago)?
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thoughts on investing* in these "old school" ssds now?

i snagged a couple of these 850 evos a few weeks ago when they were $59 but wondering if i should just sell em off quick...nvme kinda snuck up on me and looks like prices aren't even that outrageous for the newer tech

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*edit: ermmk just to clarify: i didn't mean "investment" as in buying these to try to resell for profit. i simply meant buying it for my own use and what some people are thinking about buying the older SSDs vs waiting for further price drops on the newer NVME.
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thoughts on investing in these "old school" ssds now?

i snagged a couple of these 850 evos a few weeks ago when they were $59 but wondering if i should just sell em off quick...nvme kinda snuck up on me and looks like prices aren't even that outrageous for the newer tech
Investing in PC Parts doesn't seem like a smart move...
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good deal for a 250gb.
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thoughts on investing in these "old school" ssds now?

i snagged a couple of these 850 evos a few weeks ago when they were $59 but wondering if i should just sell em off quick...nvme kinda snuck up on me and looks like prices aren't even that outrageous for the newer tech
Nope sell them asap
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3 years ago I bought an Intel 240GB mlc SSD for $60 and that was a so so deal. Today a 250GB TLC SSD for $70 is considered a good deal. What this world has come into?
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thoughts on investing in these "old school" ssds now?

i snagged a couple of these 850 evos a few weeks ago when they were $59 but wondering if i should just sell em off quick...nvme kinda snuck up on me and looks like prices aren't even that outrageous for the newer tech
hahahahahaha
haha
oh you're serious?

the flippers here crack me up. you could instead sit on a XXX fund for XXX return per year with zero work. instead you "invest" in a depreciating asset spending hours to buy, advertise, sell, and ship to make a couple dollars while it sits and depreciates.

EDIT: don't ask me for investing advice I am not an investing encyclopedia or financial adviser. google, read warren buffett, investopedia, fool.com, etc. etc. on basic low risk stock investments.

that aside, with the many promo code glitches I've experienced, I wouldn't be surprised if this rings up for $30. that would be a windfall. I guess. for the half an hour they scrounge around at the counter trying to find where they put your reserved item aside.
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Lots of PCs, and not that old, don't have nvme slots. These will speed them. But boy, newer technologies go by the wayside quick.
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bad deal. NVMe is faster and cheap compared to regular ssds.
If one's PC has NVMe...
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