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2TB Micron 1100 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Platinum Micro via Rakuten has 2TB Micron 1100 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive (MTFDDAK2T0TBN-1AR1ZABYY) for $296.50 - 15% w/ coupon code SAVE15 = $252.02. Shipping is free. Thanks Kjammer

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Use code 'SAVE15' to get $44 off the $296. This is an awesome deal that came back for the 2 TB! Hope it helps!

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I've been running 3 of the cheap Mircon 1TB drives for ~2 years.
2 as boot drives in personal systems, 1 hosting a database that does regular rebuilds.
I've had zero complaints between them and the database drive has taken a proper beating in-stride.

I just bought one of these 2 TB drives for a Steam drive.
If it's anything like the 1 TB, I expect zero issues.

Micron is a "WTF? who?" brand name but at the manufacturing level they're extremely well known. They do $20 billion/year in semiconductors, and are Intel's best buddy.

If you're buying DRAM there's a good chance the chips are from Micron.
Bought a Crucial SSD? That's Micron NAND chips.
Excited about Intel's fancy new 3D XPoint? That's Micron too.

I have no idea if this drive is reliable but they're a solid manufacturer, one of the biggest in the business, and that's good enough for me.
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Considering that Micron makes these drives themselves and their consumer lineup, Crucial, and they make it for other OEMs like Dell and Lenovo, pretty darn reliable.
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Excellent. Been waiting for this deal to come back again. Replacing an old 2tb 5400rpm that I've had for ages. Built a new PC and it's the only mechanical drive in the chassis.

Also before anyone asks. Product comes with a 3 Year Warranty as stated on the product page.

3 Year Manufacturer Micron Warranty (US & Canada only)
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Excellent. Been waiting for this deal to come back again. Replacing an old 2tb 5400rpm that I've had for ages. Built a new PC and it's the only mechanical drive in the chassis.

Also before anyone asks. Product comes with a 3 Year Warranty as stated on the product page.

3 Year Manufacturer Micron Warranty (US & Canada only)
Contact +1(800)-336-8896
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2TB! Man, that's whole lot of space! Good deal for the price.
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Hmm, wonder how reliable these drives are.
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That looks really nice. I'm just trying to figure a use for this thing that I don't already have covered by smaller ssd's and a NAS.
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Hmm, wonder how reliable these drives are.
I've heard from other slick dealers that it's one of the most reliable.
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Hmm, wonder how reliable these drives are.
Considering that Micron makes these drives themselves and their consumer lineup, Crucial, and they make it for other OEMs like Dell and Lenovo, pretty darn reliable.
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Amazon has this at 4.6/5 stars across 35 reviews (source: https://www.amazon.com/Micron-110...erReviews)

Seems like a great deal. I'd definitely be interested in a 1TB variant.
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Good Steam drive
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Hmm, wonder how reliable these drives are.
I've been running 3 of the cheap Mircon 1TB drives for ~2 years.
2 as boot drives in personal systems, 1 hosting a database that does regular rebuilds.
I've had zero complaints between them and the database drive has taken a proper beating in-stride.

I just bought one of these 2 TB drives for a Steam drive.
If it's anything like the 1 TB, I expect zero issues.

Micron is a "WTF? who?" brand name but at the manufacturing level they're extremely well known. They do $20 billion/year in semiconductors, and are Intel's best buddy.

If you're buying DRAM there's a good chance the chips are from Micron.
Bought a Crucial SSD? That's Micron NAND chips.
Excited about Intel's fancy new 3D XPoint? That's Micron too.

I have no idea if this drive is reliable but they're a solid manufacturer, one of the biggest in the business, and that's good enough for me.
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I've been running 3 of the cheap Mircon 1TB drives for ~2 years.
2 as boot drives in personal systems, 1 hosting a database that does regular rebuilds.
I've had zero complaints between them and the database drive has taken a proper beating in-stride.

I just bought one of these 2 TB drives for a Steam drive.
If it's anything like the 1 TB, I expect zero issues.

Micron is a "WTF? who?" brand name but at the manufacturing level they're extremely well known. They do $20 billion/year in semiconductors, and are Intel's best buddy.

If you're buying DRAM there's a good chance the chips are from Micron.
Bought a Crucial SSD? That's Micron NAND chips.
Excited about Intel's fancy new 3D XPoint? That's Micron too.

I have no idea if this drive is reliable but they're a solid manufacturer, one of the biggest in the business, and that's good enough for me.
Seems like a pretty good deal then. Thanks for the super helpful reply.
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This drops like $2 every month
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