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You can get the 970 EVO 250GB for $4 more through Unidays/Samsung at $98.99 if you have a student email address.
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You can get the 970 EVO 250GB for $4 more through Unidays/Samsung at $98.99 if you have a student email address.
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You can get the 970 EVO 250GB for $4 more through Unidays/Samsung at $98.99 if you have a student email address.
Is it worth the small price difference if you don't have a student email? I heard the 970 is only midly better than the 960.
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You can get the 970 EVO 250GB for $4 more through Unidays/Samsung at $98.99 if you have a student email address.
How do you do that? Link?
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I didn't think going from an SSD would matter, but 550MB to 3,200MB is a new level

Windows 10 Boots In 8 Seconds And shutsdown In 7 seconds.
And transferring to my Gaming 550MB SSD is now the bottleneck
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I bought this for 84$ shipped last week. Used eBay May4th code to take 15$ off. Remember MSRP on these was just reduced days ago.
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I didn't think going from an SSD would matter, but 550MB to 3,200MB is a new level

Windows 10 Boots In 8 Seconds And shutsdown In 7 seconds.
And transferring to my Gaming 550MB SSD is now the bottleneck
Windows 10 shutdown is more of a sleep these days..
https://www.google.com/amp/s/life...532376/amp
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Mine is awsome will never use regular ssd again I boot my windows 7 in 9 seconds and can transfer a gig in seconds
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Bought one of these probably 6 months ago to replace an old Intel 330. It benchmarks much faster but I'm not sure I can tell much of a difference in normal daily usage. It still seems very fast and maybe slightly faster than before but it's not a night and day difference like coming from a mechanical hdd.

Very good deal at this price IMO.
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You can get the 970 EVO 250GB for $4 more through Unidays/Samsung at $98.99 if you have a student email address.
Plus a 5 year warranty vs a 3 Year one.
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Windows 10 shutdown is more of a sleep these days..
https://www.google.com/amp/s/life...532376/amp [google.com]
It's more like hibernation. In sleep the system is still powered on, just in the lowest power state. In hibernation the system caches (RAM, CPU Registers, etc) are saved to a file on disk and the system completely powers down.
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I didn't think going from an SSD would matter, but 550MB to 3,200MB is a new level

Windows 10 Boots In 8 Seconds And shutsdown In 7 seconds.
And transferring to my Gaming 550MB SSD is now the bottleneck
Have the same experience. Linux boots in 1 second now as opposed to 3-5 seconds. Those m.2's are quite nice interfaces.
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So... Can i breathe new life into ny 2009 mbp, 2010 mb, and 2011 mbp all still using HDD...
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