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Mydigitaldiscount via Amazon [amazon.com] has MyDigitalSSD SBX 256GB PCIe Gen3 x2 NVMe SSD available for $70. Tax where applicable.

https://www.amazon.com/MyDigitalS...077GZ7449/
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Just as a heads up, you do know that going "frontpage" isn't the most reliable metric of how good a deal is, right?

Popular deals, as far as I can tell, is more true to the strength of the deal since it seems less affected by SD's affiliate sales algo .
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Not possible.

This SBX series SSD was not available in January 2017. It was released in Dec 2017. So, you had a totally different model, different controller, different memory chips etc.
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I think this should hit frontpage since the intel 6000p was on the frontpage. I bought the 512gb verision for the spec it's a pretty good deal. Even though this drive is Gen3x2 it has better benchmarks than a Adata Sx7000 which is a Gen3x4.
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These are the new Phison E8 SSDs
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https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/phison-e8-nvme-ssd,5181.html
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The same as Microcenter's Inland Pro models...about the same price but no tax here.

I got an Inland Pro and am very pleased.Applause
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I chose the sbx cause by zbook G2 m2 slot only supports max PCIe x2 lanes. Best option for my situation
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I think this should hit frontpage since the intel 6000p was on the frontpage. I bought the 512gb verision for the spec it's a pretty good deal. Even though this drive is Gen3x2 it has better benchmarks than a Adata Sx7000 which is a Gen3x4.
I agreed, I think last month this same SSD is on sale for $76 and that went to frontpage.
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I agreed, I think last month this same SSD is on sale for $76 and that went to frontpage.
Just as a heads up, you do know that going "frontpage" isn't the most reliable metric of how good a deal is, right?

Popular deals, as far as I can tell, is more true to the strength of the deal since it seems less affected by SD's affiliate sales algo .
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Just as a heads up, you do know that going "frontpage" isn't the most reliable metric of how good a deal is, right?

Popular deals, as far as I can tell, is more true to the strength of the deal since it seems less affected by SD's affiliate sales algo .
Ah thank you for the tips. I am still quite new to SD, I can already tell some frontpage deal have a strong "sponsor" vibe to it, but didn't know Popular deals is a better indicator. Thank you sir o7
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There's little point in looking at front page... ever. Anything of interest is in this forum and the most interesting deals rarely make FP.
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There's little point in looking at front page... ever. Anything of interest is in this forum and the most interesting deals rarely make FP.
Yeah i dont even look at the FP. I just come here and scan a few pages deep multiple times a day.
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I would not recommend this ssd. I bought this when I first built my computer last year in January and used it for my OS and it crashed every month for 6 months and I had to completely reinstalled OS. My friend kept telling me it was the SSD and I did not want to believe him. I kept it until October(and still kept crashing) when I decided to buy a a Samsung SSD and installed my OS on that and has worked fine. So basically get a reliable brand of you don't want any issues.
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I would not recommend this ssd. I bought this when I first built my computer last year in January and used it for my OS and it crashed every month for 6 months and I had to completely reinstalled OS. My friend kept telling me it was the SSD and I did not want to believe him. I kept it until October(and still kept crashing) when I decided to buy a a Samsung SSD and installed my OS on that and has worked fine. So basically get a reliable brand of you don't want any issues.
And more reliably, listen to your friend and treat him/her well Wink
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And more reliably, listen to your friend and treat him/her well Wink
Yeah, I'm still confused on how or why this was crashing my OS
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Yeah, I'm still confused on how or why this was crashing my OS
Ask the manufacturer, they made it lol your friend didn't
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