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SanDisk SSD PLUS 960GB SATA III Solid State Drive $136.99

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Newegg [newegg.com] has on sale for $136.99 With Promo Code EMCEPEE54: SanDisk SSD PLUS 2.5" 960GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (Model: SDSSDA-960G-G26)

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  1. Easy upgrade for faster boot-up, shutdown, application load and response
  2. Boosts burst write performance, making it ideal for typical PC. The SanDisk SSD Dashboard helps users maintain peak performance of the SanDisk SSD in Windows operating systems with a user-friendly graphical interface
  3. The perfect balance of performance and reliability and operating temperature is 32 degree Fahrenheit to 158 degree Fahrenheit (0 degree Celsius to 70 degree Celsius)
  4. Read/write speeds of up to 535MB/s/450MB/s
  5. Shock-resistant for proven durability if you drop your computer
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I bought this 3 years ago for $180 and it has been working great.

Until this year I never saw it come closer to $180 again. Almost tempted to buy.
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Got this prime day for 150 so yea this is solid
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I bought this 3 years ago for $180 and it has been working great.

Until this year I never saw it come closer to $180 again. Almost tempted to buy.
I bought it used off ebay 2 years ago for $180 and haven't seen it near that price since. Great drive. I run Lightroom and photoshop off of it flawlessly.
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I bought this 3 years ago for $180 and it has been working great.

Until this year I never saw it come closer to $180 again. Almost tempted to buy.
​Good time to get a RAID array setup!
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Good price
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Newegg's Ebay store just lowered the 860 EVO 1TB to $151.99. Could make a thread, but figured this thread would attract the same crowd.
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Newegg's Ebay store just lowered the 860 EVO 1TB to $151.99. Could make a thread, but figured this thread would attract the same crowd.
Nowadays that price is normal for the Evo
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Nowadays that price is normal for the Evo
I just bought the 500GB two days ago because there was no movement on the 1TB, granted I wanted Amazon because of a Gift Card, but $152 was $16 less than what I was seeing anywhere else and would have made me think a little more about re-purposing the card towards something else.

But I think we haven't seen the end of the price plunge so I'll eventually get the 1TB, but I needed a drive very soon (within the next couple weeks).
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I think this question was asked many times, but this MLC vs 3D TLC/NAND, which one better?
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I think this question was asked many times, but MLC vs 3D TLC/NAND, which one better?
it doesnt matter because on these 'budget' drives many other factors will be the reason your drive works well for you or dies an early death.
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$100 and it's a deal. 🤔
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SSDs dropping in price. What a time to be alive
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https://www.eetimes.com/document....id=1333763

Samsung Reportedly Plans to Cut Memory Production

A focal point from the article:

"DRAMexchange, a research firm that tracks memory chip pricing, projects that NAND ASPs (average selling prices) will decline by nearly 10% in the third quarter (2018) compared to the second quarter."

BF could be the sweet spot for SSDs.
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I think this question was asked many times, but this MLC vs 3D TLC/NAND, which one better?
To answer your question, in short MLC (2 bit per cell) is better vs TLC (3 bit per cell). For regular use TLC is fine, however, not all chips are created equal.

This SanDisk is TLC.

I'd opt for Samsung ssd's over sandisk due to Samsung chips having better integrity. The Samsung 860 evo can be had for a little more, but time it right and you can get a nice discount on it through ebay for about the same price for a far superior drive.
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