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Edu email owners: Samsung SSD 960 EVO 500GB for $200, 850 PRO 512GB for $180 or 256GB for $100

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Samsung's having their black friday sale right now with some SSD's on sale. This can also be stacked with student discount from Uniday if you:
1) register at Unidays [myunidays.com]
2) verify your edu email address
3) search for samsung on Unidays website, click through (no coupon required)
4) search for 850 PRO on samsung website, the price should be even lower with Unidays discount


Some good deals:
850 PRO 2.5 SATAIII: 256GB [samsung.com]-$100, 512GB [samsung.com]-$180, 1TB [samsung.com]-$360
850 EVO 2.5 SATAIII: 250GB [samsung.com]-$80 , 500GB [samsung.com]-$130, 1TB [samsung.com]-$250
960 PRO NVMe M.2: 512GB [samsung.com]-$250. 1TB [samsung.com]-$530
960 EVO NVMe M.2: 256GB [samsung.com]-$110, 500GB [samsung.com]-$200, 1TB [samsung.com]-$400
Portable SSD T5 : 250GB [samsung.com]-$100, 500GB [samsung.com]-$150, 1TB [samsung.com]-$300

These are the lowest prices I've seen on those SSD's. I own the 960 EVO M.2 and would definitely recommend it at this price.
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I've only checked the SSD section but if you find a good deal in other section on samsung website please share too!
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$400 for the 1TB, took me only five minutes to verify with my old .edu

thanks OP
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Great price... unfortunately I don't need more storage right now.
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maricopa.edu email is a NOGO. Frown

can someone assist?
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They also have external T5 250 for $100 and 500gb for 150 which I'm going to bite on. Thanks
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thanks picked up 512 960, just finished my Ryzen computer build.
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can anyone confirm if the 960 pro will fit this computer?

http://deals.dell.com/compare/oxg

or is the 850 fast enough?
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Quote from Specialist23
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can anyone confirm if the 960 pro will fit this computer?

http://deals.dell.com/compare/oxg

or is the 850 fast enough?
I have an Alienware Aurora R6 (previous generation) and it fits in my computer. The z370 motherboard does have a M. 2 slot so I'm sure you can fit it in as well.
In terms of speed it depends on what you want to run on the SSD. I run my OS on this SSD so definitely the faster the merrier, but if it's just for some softwares like chrome, then 850 will suffice.
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I have an Alienware Aurora R6 (precious generation) and it fits in my computer. The z370 motherboard does have a M. 2 slot so I'm sure you can fit it in as well.
In terms of speed it depends on what you want to run on the SSD. I run my OS on this SSD so definitely the faster the merrier, but if it's just for some softwares like chrome, then 850 will suffice.
thanks for all the great info! i would use it for lightroom as well but for the price difference, you're right, i'm just going to stick with the 850. Smilie thanks again! repped.
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I ain't doin it. NOPE! Everything already running on SSD.
Ok then. This deal is clearly isn't for you.
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lol I don't understand why people would thumb down this... I've compared most BF deals--very few beats this and you don't even have to worry about it selling out any time soon
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The 250GB [samsung.com] version is also on sale for $79.99 after discounted.
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