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Offer valid through May 7, 2018 or while supplies/promotion last. Great price if you're looking for relatively small but high performance SSD - Discombobulated

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120GB Team Group L5 LITE 2.5" SATA III 2D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (T2535T120G0C101) $24.99 + Free Shipping
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Wow, that's the cheapest 120gb SSD I have ever seen.

I imagine this will get TU'ed like crazy, but you do get what you pay for. There must be a reason why this SSD is so cheap. It's probably because there are so many reviews of them dying prematurely like arrogantworks said.

Very classic case of "there"s a reason why this is so cheap" that many people on SD never seem to realize.
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Great price, but too many reviews about it dying within a month or two. Passing.
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Great price, but too many reviews about it dying within a month or two. Passing.
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Finally something cheaper than microcenter inland brand
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Wow, that's the cheapest 120gb SSD I have ever seen.

I imagine this will get TU'ed like crazy, but you do get what you pay for. There must be a reason why this SSD is so cheap. It's probably because there are so many reviews of them dying prematurely like arrogantworks said.

Very classic case of "there"s a reason why this is so cheap" that many people on SD never seem to realize.
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Man I love team group ram, sad to see these ssd's aren't held to the same standard.
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I might just buy this without no real expectations. Will used it as extra external storage. $25 is little risk to pass on this.
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Not made by JUST a group... They are a TEAM too!
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Possibly a completely dead SSD hard drive or slower reliable standard hard drive.. everyone can weigh their own risk, I'll pass.
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I pass too good price but dead thing its not.
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Small storage size, unreliable, and slow TLC make this not worth the gamble even at $25.
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Bad hard drive, worse company name
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I pass too good price but dead thing its not.
.... Wut
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it's not going to be as fast as the 3D NAND line but fine for upgrading older systems for minimal cost
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