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Will it still be a boost for me on Z170 Mobo and 6600k and 950 pro ?
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Weird, I keep getting 'coupon code not valid for email account'............even though they sent it to me this morning!
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Will it still be a boost for me on Z170 Mobo and 6600k and 950 pro ?
Not worth it
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This is what sucks about buying parts slowly before building. I got this, including having to pay tax, for like $162, which was a huge deal at the time, and now haven't opened it yet and here it is almost that low for everyone else now. lol.
almost guaranteed prices on components will drop over time. Unless it's a gpu, memory or storage. Lord knows from day to day on those.

Yeah, I was being semi-sarcastic. But, in all seriousness, buy your gpu/mem/cpu/mobo at the same time and call it done. You can buy case/storage/monitor in advance. And remove price alerts and stop checking prices after purchase, only sadness awaits those who don't.

I have a ryzen 1700 / gtx 1070 setup that's been off nearly a year since I built it.
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I think microcenter price is better 147 right now
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Now for the guessing game of if it will drop lower in the next month...
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Solid deal I paid $248 for the 960 evo 512 gb a little over a yr ago . I'm sure this is a bit faster
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This is what sucks about buying parts slowly before building. I got this, including having to pay tax, for like $162, which was a huge deal at the time, and now haven't opened it yet and here it is almost that low for everyone else now. lol.
I just built a PC over 2 months or so, trying to wait for the best price for each component. Very helpful to use a CC that has a price rewind benefit. Even with my diligence in purchasing stuff, I've received over $120 in further price drops.
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I think microcenter price is better 147 right now
shows $199 here
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Best brand but too expensive
Got Samsung evo 500 gb ssd for less than half price
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Best brand but too expensive
Got Samsung evo 500 gb ssd for less than half price
This is a completely different item, though.
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I've been out of the game for a while, but piecing together a new gaming rig now. Is it still MLC vs TLC on SSD's, and is this worth the premium over something like a WD Blue 500 GB? I have some 5 year old SSD's that are still working fine but figure they're not worth running as boot on new rig. Thanks in advance!
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I've been out of the game for a while, but piecing together a new gaming rig now. Is it still MLC vs TLC on SSD's, and is this worth the premium over something like a WD Blue 500 GB? I have some 5 year old SSD's that are still working fine but figure they're not worth running as boot on new rig. Thanks in advance!
Worth it if you were going to go 512GB NVME anyway as it's about twenty dollars more for MLC.

If you were going SATA not worth it. You can get a 1TB SATA for this price.

NVME is faster but most don't need that type of speed unless doing certain tasks.
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