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Inland Professional 120GB SATA III 6Gb/s 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive + FS $25.99

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Got one, the only way to get a deal on MicroCenter if you are not near one I guess!
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No description error this time. WYSIWYG
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Same as in-store 25 one?
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Same as in-store 25 one?
Yes, it's the same one.

Also, the 480GB TLC drive is $79.99, same as in-store or from the microcenter website directly, except with free shipping on Amazon.
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Decent drive for the price. I Recommend.
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Same as in-store 25 one?
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Yes, it's the same one.

Also, the 480GB TLC drive is $79.99, same as in-store or from the microcenter website directly, except with free shipping on Amazon.
Yeah, it's cheaper at Microcenter if you're close to one. My brother bought one for his computer build, also using the $30 off motherboard deal.
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Same as in-store 25 one?
To get this for $25 in store you have to use a $5 coupon right?

Amazon charged tax for me so this $25.99 price becomes $28.30 out the door.
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According to Microcenter, this is MLC SSD.
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Decent drive for the price. I Recommend.
In principle this is the way to go for OS based on an old article that said 90% operation only need 8gb to run (promoting sshd). Keep games and videos on HDD.

But man oh man somehow i feel today 240gb should be minimum for Windows 10 + basic softwares (ie office etc). I think in my 240gb hdd i only got 100 gb left. How the heck it ate 125gb for softwares beats the heck out of me!
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In principle this is the way to go for OS based on an old article that said 90% operation only need 8gb to run (promoting sshd). Keep games and videos on HDD.

But man oh man somehow i feel today 240gb should be minimum for Windows 10 + basic softwares (ie office etc). I think in my 240gb hdd i only got 100 gb left. How the heck it ate 125gb for softwares beats the heck out of me!
Yes that's true. Check if OS made any restore points which could take a few GB. Also delete temp file regularly.
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Yes that's true. Check if OS made any restore points which could take a few GB. Also delete temp file regularly.
Using Disk Cleanup to clear out Windows Update and Service Pack backup files can reclaim many GBs of space too over time.
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According to Microcenter, this is MLC SSD.
Is there anyone that can confirm these are MLC? Because Microcenter also lists some Samsung SSDs as MLC, when in fact it is not.
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Regularly sold on ebay for about $30.
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Is there anyone that can confirm these are MLC? Because Microcenter also lists some Samsung SSDs as MLC, when in fact it is not.
Review showed possible MLC https://www.maroonmed.com/inland-professional-microcenter-240gb-2-5-sata-ssd-review/
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