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OCZ RD400 256GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 $96.39 +tax at Fry's Clearance

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Toshiba OCZ RD400 256GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 is clearance priced for $96.39 +tax at Fry's. Not available for online shipping so you must check stock at your local store.

This is a MLC drive with a five year warranty.

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Last Edited by cricket702 December 6, 2017 at 03:19 PM
can order online and pickup in-store
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thanks.. in 1 one!

got this one instead of the 256gb XPG sx6000 or the 256gb wd black for similarly priced.

this one has better rated overall r/w performance than the XPG or WD, has equal TBW to the XPG at 150TBW but more than WD (80) and gets a 5 year warranty too. favored this over the superior r/w of the samsung 960 evo since the TBW rating on those are not as good (only 80) and has only 3 year warranty.
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Picked one up yesterday. Reviews said it runs super hot. Reluctant to install in my laptop. Not sure if this one comes with thermal pads. Recommend thermal pads.

These clearance deals usually get tons of TD because most stores are OOS.
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Walmart matched amazon price so I bought one there to get the Chase shopping and freedom cashback. Tomshardware likes the mydigitalssd better but I went through the tweaktown review step by step and this drive is better.
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I bought this over the 960 evo because it is very close in speed and has 5yr warranty vs 3yr. I will be doing a lot of read/write and specs say this drive should last almost twice as long as the Samsung.
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I had my buddy install this in my laptop about two weeks ago, it seems to burn a hole in it. My lenovo sounds like an airplane now
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None at the 3 Fry's within 50 miles of me Frown Would purchase otherwise.
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Walmart matched amazon price so I bought one there to get the Chase shopping and freedom cashback. Tomshardware likes the mydigitalssd better but I went through the tweaktown review step by step and this drive is better.
What price did you pay?
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I just paid $115 for this drive at Microcenter. This drive offers 4kn sector unlike the Samsung evo doesn't..
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If the evo didn't exist then this would be a great drive but unfortunately for Toshiba, a data , Corsair patriot and whoever else makes"fast" NVME drives, the Samsung 960 evo exists and is killing the competition
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just get a 960 pro deal later on.
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If the evo didn't exist then this would be a great drive but unfortunately for Toshiba, a data , Corsair patriot and whoever else makes"fast" NVME drives, the Samsung 960 evo exists and is killing the competition
Agreed. 3.2GB/read and 1.9GB/s write is too good to pass up.
I mean, real-world you most likely won't notice it much, but why not go big when it's an option for not much more?
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Agreed. 3.2GB/read and 1.9GB/s write is too good to pass up.
I mean, real-world you most likely won't notice it much, but why not go big when it's an option for not much more?
The only consumer SSD that you can notice a difference is the Optane 900P. I have 950 and 960, but they feel the same as SATA SSD
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The only consumer SSD that you can notice a difference is the Optane 900P. I have 950 and 960, but they feel the same as SATA SSD
Then you need to check where your bottle neck is cause I just finished building a new PC with 960 Pros and the difference between that at the 850 Pros is about 3-5 times faster.
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