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Newegg Black Friday: Intel 545s Series M.2 256GB SATA III 64-Layer 3D NAND TLC Internal Solid State Drive for $79.99

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Newegg [newegg.com] has Intel 545s Series M.2 256GB SATA III 64-Layer 3D NAND TLC Internal Solid State Drive for $79.99

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Category: Solid State Drives (SSD)
Brands: Intel
Available: Online and In-Store
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i think this is a good price. why is nobody excited? lol
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Zero reviews on Newegg... maybe a brand new product? Definitely good price if it can hold up to some of the other models like Samsung Evo...
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i think this is a good price. why is nobody excited? lol
hoping for a NVME at that price Big Grin .... one can hope Frown
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Why does it say SATAIII?
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Perfect for my newly bought Asus Vivobook that has an extra m.2 slot. Thx OP
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Why does it say SATAIII?
An M.2 module can be either SATA or PCI-e. M.2 is simply a form factor, not an indicator of the underlying bus or protocol used for the module. That's the key to look out for.

The M.2 PCI-e SSD pin-out (usually one notch) is different than the M.2 SATA pin-out (usually two notches).

PCI-e M.2 modules are more expensive and offer much higher performance than SATA M.2 modules.
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An M.2 module can be either SATA or PCI-e. M.2 is simply a form factor, not an indicator of the underlying bus or protocol used for the module. That's the key to look out for.

The M.2 PCI-e SSD pin-out (usually one notch) is different than the M.2 SATA pin-out (usually two notches).

PCI-e M.2 modules are more expensive and offer much higher performance than SATA M.2 modules.
Thanks, i was thinking it was along those lines, but wanted someone to confirm.
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