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Intel Optane SSD 900P (280GB, 2.5in (U.2 Interface), PCIe 3.0 x4, 20nm, 3D XPoint) $324 AC @Newegg

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Good price for the drive, if you already have a way of connecting it to your computer, e.g. using the included U.2 to M.2 cable.

Otherwise, if you have to, for example, buy an M.2 to PCIe adapter, you might as well do an Internet search on a better price for the AIC version, as the price comes out about the same as this drive+3rd party adapter.
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Love Optane!
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Are you sure that they still come with Sabre raven? Last time I asked Newegg via eBay, they said the promo had ran out.
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Bad ass SSD, very good for catching as they won't burn out as quick as regular SSD.
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What is it and why is it so expensive?
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What is it and why is it so expensive?
It is a new persistent memory type. It is very fast. Look up reviews on Youtube.
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What is it and why is it so expensive?

if you ever went from traditional drive to SSD, it's a huge leap. If you go from SSD to PCIe SSD, it's a huge leap. I can't ever go back to regular SSD. My windows loads in less than 5seconds. I have no need to put it to sleep anymore.
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New interface??? I get confused with the 2-3 current interfaces. Probably for expensive high end desktops?
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if you ever went from traditional drive to SSD, it's a huge leap. If you go from SSD to PCIe SSD, it's a huge leap. I can't ever go back to regular SSD. My windows loads in less than 5seconds. I have no need to put it to sleep anymore.
So you hibernate?
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So you hibernate?
no, never saw the point of hibernating. I turn it off.
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