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ADATA XPG SX6000 128GB M.2 NVMe Solid State Drive $49.99

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PCIe Gen3x2 M.2 2280 NVMe 1.2 qualified 3D NAND SSD
R/W speed up to 1000/800 MB/s
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Is this something I could put in an enclosure and use for Xbox one X? Or would I be better off with something else?
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This is a really good deal for a NVme SSD. I would not use it for a Xbox One X, you would only get about 3 to 4 games on it before its full
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Always the 80mm never the 42mm... Argh!
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Is this something I could put in an enclosure and use for Xbox one X? Or would I be better off with something else?
There are adapters that will convert NVMe to SATA but I would not recommend it because functionality is not guaranteed.

You can buy a fairly high capacity SSD for lower prices right now. You may have to do considerable research to find out if it's possible to migrate the OS of the Xbox to another drive,
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$7 less than its highest price...I guess
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This is about as low as it gets for 120/128gb drives right now. Not really a "deal" but still a good price unless you're buying used.
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Is this something I could put in an enclosure and use for Xbox one X? Or would I be better off with something else?
I don't think NVMe enclosures for USB exist. Go with a SATA III drive (either m.2 or 2.5") instead, since it will be connected to the Xbox One X over USB 3.0.
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50 cent's for gigabyte.no way i pass.im not dumb im expect pay 15 to 20 by gigabyte.if that not happens well I save my money for better time. Offered and demand making high prices.think about it.
Let me know when you find a cheaper Nvme SSD
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Can someone help me out? I wanna pull the trigger but don't know for sure if this will fit a MSI Apache GE72
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This is about as low as it gets for 120/128gb drives right now. Not really a "deal" but still a good price unless you're buying used.
Yeah I buy used drives to store my family photos on. Really adds a thrill.

Never really know when they'll just disappear. Haha

(Sarcasm. Don't buy used drives. Ever. No matter what. Unless it's for trash files. Refurbished by the manufacturer? Sure. Never used)
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was tempted to buy for that 512gb version.
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Can someone help me out? I wanna pull the trigger but don't know for sure if this will fit a MSI Apache GE72
So it seems like it should work. The GE72 should have 3 M.2 slots. You should call to verify that you can fit the full size nvme and not the smaller 42mm ones only.
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Let me know when you find a cheaper Nvme SSD
Just stop buying things over higher prices are and you see how prices going
down to really price is...for now amd apus stop the higher prices in video cards crisis.
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