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500GB Samsung 860 EVO 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg has 500GB Samsung 860 EVO 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (MZ-76E500B/AM) on sale for $119.99 - $20 w/ promo code 18FANST31 = $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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Like others had said on other posts, it's a good deal if you need a ssd drive now, if not in a rush, wait a little and prices will prob go down. So far, the price been at $100 for the last 4 weeks. My opinion, if you do the research on most reputable tech websites, they usually rated the Samsung evo or pro, one of the best. I've recently bought a Samsung evo 860 500gb, it's the best upgrade for my 6-7 year old hp desktop. It went from loading windows 10 at around 1-2 mins to 4-5 seconds. My mind was blown.
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Is this a good deal? I've seen others at around $70 like adata ssds
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Is this a good deal? I've seen others at around $70 like adata ssds
It's an alright deal for the brand/model. Not the best, but SSDs have been tanking in price lately. I wouldn't really expect them to go that much lower (gut feeling).
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Samsung SATA SSDs are most reliable and best performers.
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Is this a good deal? I've seen others at around $70 like adata ssds
It's a great deal for this particular ssd
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Purchased. Need another SSD as my PC keeps yelling at me that I'm out of space.
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Is this a good deal? I've seen others at around $70 like adata ssds
Like others had said on other posts, it's a good deal if you need a ssd drive now, if not in a rush, wait a little and prices will prob go down. So far, the price been at $100 for the last 4 weeks. My opinion, if you do the research on most reputable tech websites, they usually rated the Samsung evo or pro, one of the best. I've recently bought a Samsung evo 860 500gb, it's the best upgrade for my 6-7 year old hp desktop. It went from loading windows 10 at around 1-2 mins to 4-5 seconds. My mind was blown.
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in for 1. Im ready to start my new PC build.
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Has anyone put one of these in an older iMac (late 2010)?
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Damn, I got my 850 EVO for $116 back in February. Don't need one but the one I have is damn good.
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Has anyone put one of these in an older iMac (late 2010)?
I have one in a 2012 MacBook Pro and it works great
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I keep seeing on every SSD deal there is talk of prices tanking, but I'm not sure about that. In 2014, I bought a Samsung 840 Pro 256GB for $140. Four years later, I can buy a Samsung 850 Pro for $160.
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Is this a good deal? I've seen others at around $70 like adata ssds
Adata != Samsung
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