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Newegg via eBay has 1TB Mushkin Enhanced Triactor 3D 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive (MKNSSDTR1TB-3D) on sale for $209.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

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  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 565 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 530 MBps
  • 4KB Random Read: Up to 84,000 IOPS
  • 4KB Random Write: Up to 81,000 IOPS
  • Seek Time: 0.1 ms
  • MTBF: 1,500,000 hours
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Newegg, via eBay, offers Mushkin Enhanced Triactor 3D TLC 2.5" SATA III 512GB SSD @ $114 and 1TB @ $210 with free shipping.

LINK (512GB SSD):
https://www.ebay.com/itm/29225230...rmvSB=true

LINK (1TB SSD)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/30236783...rmvSB=true
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Last Edited by internetnerd November 28, 2017 at 01:15 PM
SPECS; http://www.poweredbymushkin.com/H...ifications

Speed Up to 565MB/s (read) / 525MB/s (write)
IOPS Up to 85,000 (read) / 82,000 (write)
Flash Type 3D TLC
Warranty Three years

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Wow, finally the SSD prices are trending down. If this continues, in a few weeks we may reach the prices of two years ago! :-] Unless they invent another BS excuse to hike like a flood in Taiwan or something.
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Weird. 30 day returns on the half terabyte but returns not accepted on the full terabyte.
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In for one! Thanks!
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Wow, finally the SSD prices are trending down. If this continues, in a few weeks we may reach the prices of two years ago! :-] Unless they invent another BS excuse to hike like a flood in Taiwan or something.
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Looks like they don't have a lot of them. 512GB is OOS
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This seems to be the lowest priced 1tb SSD out there right now. Other than marketing hype, can't find a solid review. "Out of Stock" on Newegg's normal site. Two user reviews, both good, but one of the two got a defective drive first.
Was thinking about buying it, but no mention of warranty on ebay listing and it does say "seller does not accept returns" which seems to conflict with the newegg statement
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Newegg understands that not every purchase is a good fit for every customer. That’s why we make the return process as simple as possible using the eBay interface. Combining the best of both worlds, you will receive the award-winning Newegg customer service that millions of consumers know and enjoy while using a familiar and convenient interface."

I posted the question "What is the warranty on this SSD?" on the listing.

Edit: newegg has not answered the warranty question as of 12-1-2017.Mad
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That dollar-store packaging...
Who the hell buys something for the packaging? What are you a kid?
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Best price on 1TB I've seen the past couple years.

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That dollar-store packaging...
At least it's the type that can be pulled apart by hand.

I don't normally care about packaging, but I HATE the packaging with edges crimped/melted together.
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Still holding out for <$200
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FYI on the review of the previous unit:
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Moving on to our real world and power tests, the Mushkin Triactor started to show its dirty little secret. It is not a stellar performer when it comes to large multi-GB file transfers and when doing so, it is not that efficient due to its very slow native write speed. While beating out the Crucial BX200 and averaging a speed of 120MB/s when being written to with a 30GB folder of files, it was still in near last place in comparison to all other SSDs. However, though it was inefficient in this regard, in contrast, the Triactor's idle power consumption was very well controlled. At just 43 milliwatts this SSD sips power until it needs to be used.
The review appears to be the non-3D version, any reviews for the 3D version?
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