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Intel Optane 900P 280GB SSD $299.99 - In Store Only

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For those looking for the new intel optane drives, Micro Center has them on sale. The 280GB ($299.99) is about $70 cheaper than Newegg, the 480GB ($499.99) is $100 cheaper than newegg. While this is still quite a bit more expensive per gb than the Samsung 960 Pros, it is the cheapest i've seen for the fastest consumer drive available.

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http://www.microcenter.com/produc...tate_Drive

480GB
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...tate_Drive
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Please add "in-store only" to your posting. I have been eyeballing these for weeks -- was ready to pull the trigger but it's in store only. Frown
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Are these cards bootable?
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Different performance class. Very few people need these, even fewer that build their own, but they are a new tier of ssd where it counts.
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Are these cards bootable?
Nvme so yes on recent uefi boards.
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i think these are bit overkill.
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In for one. Thanks.

EDIT: Jeez MC only holds pick-up for 3 days. Not even the closest weekend. Likely I cannot make it...
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Different performance class. Very few people need these, even fewer that build their own, but they are a new tier of ssd where it counts.
For those that need it, price is no object, so this conversation in mute. Applauselaugh out loud
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I just bought a 960 evo and besides the fact it's triple the speed of my old ssd i really don't see real world performance gains. Yes my machine boots a few seconds faster but games that are server side dependent are no faster, ie BF1. Where I saw huge gains were disc to disc transfers of large files. With that said if you're an everyday user don't think it is going to be like going from older mechanical drives to ssd days. Now if you're still running a mechanical drive then it'll be night & day...

Oh and repped OP
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For those that need it, price is no object, so this conversation in mute. Applauselaugh out loud
I believe you're looking for the word moot; though since it's text, I suppose it's silent too.
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Please add "in-store only" to your posting. I have been eyeballing these for weeks -- was ready to pull the trigger but it's in store only. Frown
Added, thanks
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Phase change memory with Ovonic threshold switches... Hope it will have bright future.
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I believe you're looking for the word moot; though since it's text, I suppose it's silent too.
Moot means debatable. So maybe the idea you're looking for is "unnecessary" or "pointless"?
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I believe you're looking for the word moot; though since it's text, I suppose it's silent too.
Bahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaj
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