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ADATA via Rakuten has 1TB ADATA Ultimate SU800 3D-NAND 2.5" SATA III Solid State Drive (ASU800SS-1TT-C) for $149.60 when you apply coupon code AD15 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks bentrush
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Rakuten has ADATA SU800 for $149.60 after 15% off coupon code "AD15". $176 before coupon. This price matches previous FP deal for ADATA SU650 960 GB SSD. This drive has a higher capacity and faster read/write speeds than the SU650 from the previous frontpage deal. This is the lowest price i've ever observed on this drive.
https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...0SS-1TT-C/
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Sounds like your computer is hibernating not sleeping. Waking from sleep shouldn't have anything to do with the hard drive. You could try disabling hibernation and see if that fixes it.
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Because of the lawsuit. Many companies were price gouging GPUs, ssd, and ram
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The 960 GB SU 650 is also back on sale at previous FP price of $149
https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...S-960GT-C/
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Even better deal than the SU650 one.
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This is going frontpage soon
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I purchased a brand new Samsung EVO 860 500GB drive and after reinstalling Windows 10 have noticed that it takes over a minute to "wake up" after setting the computer to "sleep". Has anyone experienced this problem and knows how to fix it? The second SSD in my system which also has the Win 10 operating system (upgraded from Win 7 and then Win 8, Win 8.1) "wakes up" in a jiffy.

I am posting this comment here because I suspect many SSD experts will visit this thread. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
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good deal, but read the seller reviews. sounds like a crap company
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Damn I got this last deal for $176 after coupon couple weeks ago should've waited. Drive works great so far but wasn't able to ghost over to it with a external usb enclosure for some reason only way to get it to ghost over was in my desktop. I was scared drive may have been defective but it's been fine since I ghosted it through desktop couple weeks ago. I have it in a Alienware 17 R3 laptop replacing a 500gb 850 Evo pro and don't notice any load time differences.
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I purchased a brand new Samsung EVO 860 500GB drive and after reinstalling Windows 10 have noticed that it takes over a minute to "wake up" after setting the computer to "sleep". Has anyone experienced this problem and knows how to fix it? The second SSD in my system which also has the Win 10 operating system (upgraded from Win 7 and then Win 8, Win 8.1) "wakes up" in a jiffy.

I am posting this comment here because I suspect many SSD experts will visit this thread. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
in your case...probably be faster to shut down and start up your computer than putting it to sleep
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I purchased a brand new Samsung EVO 860 500GB drive and after reinstalling Windows 10 have noticed that it takes over a minute to "wake up" after setting the computer to "sleep". Has anyone experienced this problem and knows how to fix it? The second SSD in my system which also has the Win 10 operating system (upgraded from Win 7 and then Win 8, Win 8.1) "wakes up" in a jiffy.

I am posting this comment here because I suspect many SSD experts will visit this thread. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
I didn't think you were supposed to Sleep or Hibernate with an SSD. In the past i always disabled this, but I know it's different for laptop users where shutting the lid puts it to sleep.
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I purchased a brand new Samsung EVO 860 500GB drive and after reinstalling Windows 10 have noticed that it takes over a minute to "wake up" after setting the computer to "sleep". Has anyone experienced this problem and knows how to fix it? The second SSD in my system which also has the Win 10 operating system (upgraded from Win 7 and then Win 8, Win 8.1) "wakes up" in a jiffy.

I am posting this comment here because I suspect many SSD experts will visit this thread. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.

Start, settings, type "control panel" and click on it, power options, change plan settings, change advanced power settings. May want to turn off Sleep and turn off hard disk after xxxx minutes. Put in whatever you want there like 9999 or something.
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I purchased a brand new Samsung EVO 860 500GB drive and after reinstalling Windows 10 have noticed that it takes over a minute to "wake up" after setting the computer to "sleep". Has anyone experienced this problem and knows how to fix it? The second SSD in my system which also has the Win 10 operating system (upgraded from Win 7 and then Win 8, Win 8.1) "wakes up" in a jiffy.

I am posting this comment here because I suspect many SSD experts will visit this thread. Thank you in advance for your thoughts.
Sounds like your computer is hibernating not sleeping. Waking from sleep shouldn't have anything to do with the hard drive. You could try disabling hibernation and see if that fixes it.
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Its good brand. Not premium but it works well.
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Sounds like your computer is hibernating not sleeping. Waking from sleep shouldn't have anything to do with the hard drive. You could try disabling hibernation and see if that fixes it.
Ok, that seems like a logical explanation. But mine is a desktop, not a laptop and when I click on the power icon, the options are "sleep", "shutdown" and "restart". So, maybe somewhere else in the system, it is incorrectly making it hibernate. How do I fix that?
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Start, settings, type "control panel" and click on it, power options, change plan settings, change advanced power settings. May want to turn off Sleep and turn off hard disk after xxxx minutes. Put in whatever you want there like 9999 or something.
My other SSD (PNY) has the same setting the one that I had for the Evo, namely, turn on hard disk after the default 20 min, but for my PNY it wakes up almost instantaneously unlike the Samsung Evo.

Could anything in Samsung's Magician software that could be causing the issue?
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