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Also available, MyDigitalDiscount.com has 360GB Intel 6000P Series AES 256-BIT Single Sided NVME Solid State Drive (SSDPEKKF360G7H) for $109.99 - $20 w/ coupon code 20OFF360 = $89.99. Shipping is free.

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$130 + free s/h with code INTEL512
  • Intel® Solid State Drive Pro 6000p Series / Professional Client | PCIe | 3D NAND
  • 512GB storage capacity / Single-sided 80mm M.2 form factor / PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 interface
  • AES 256-bit self-encryption
  • Read Up to 1775 MB/s / Write Up to 560 MB/s
  • 5-year warranty
toolbox available here [intel.com]

also available:

360GB Intel 6000P Series AES 256-BIT Single Sided NVME SSD [mydigitaldiscount.com] for $90 + free shipping w/ code
20OFF360
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HP branded Intel? Probably not bad, but I'm not sure if the rebranding part is a bad thing.
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Hmm not the price listed. Or do you add it to cart?
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Wait is it 90 or 130? You have two different prices
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Hmm not the price listed. Or do you add it to cart?

both have coupon codes
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HP branded Intel? Probably not bad, but I'm not sure if the rebranding part is a bad thing.
Less "rebrand" and more "not meant for retail". The 6000p is the OEM-only version of the 600p, with a few extra features. It also means the five-year warranty is likely through the seller, not Intel or HP.
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The Intel SSD 600p shares its hardware with two other Intel products: the SSD Pro 6000p for business client computing and the SSD E 6000p for the embedded and IoT market. The Pro 6000p is the only one of the three to support encryption and Intel's vPro security features.
(from https://www.anandtech.com/show/10...2gb-review )
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both have coupon codes
Ohhh got it now
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On the 360GB it is 1 Year MyDigitalDiscount.com Warranty
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Less "rebrand" and more "not meant for retail". The 6000p is the OEM-only version of the 600p, with a few extra features. It also means the five-year warranty is likely through the seller, not Intel or HP.
5 years is too far... I only saw 1 Year MyDigitalDiscount.com Warranty

EDIT: 5 year on the product on Amazon but not on their site.
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On the 360GB it is 1 Year MyDigitalDiscount.com Warranty

I believe even the one sold on Amazon is of the same warranty.
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5 years is too far... I only saw 1 Year MyDigitalDiscount.com Warranty
Description has five, so you could probably argue with the store if you really wanted to.
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HP branded Intel? Probably not bad, but I'm not sure if the rebranding part is a bad thing.
Rebranding = sticker on it. Probably doesn't matter at all. Big Grin
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In for one, that's why SD is evil.
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userbenchmarks on this in comparison to the WD Black nvme 512 GB that was just on sale are confusing. I wonder if there is such spread of results due to encryption being used/not used?

What's your take on this drive? It seems like it's better than the WD Black 512 nvme in nearly all categories to me but there are a lot of outlying results.
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