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NothingButSavings via Newegg has 1TB Intel 660p QLC 3D NAND NVMe M.2 2280 PCIe Internal Solid State Drive (SSDPEKNW010T8X1) on sale for $109.99. Shipping is free. Thanks lorainguy
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If you missed the NE Flash Deal yesterday for $107 you can still get this on sale today for $109.99 with Free Shipping.
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As voodoobunny said it will be fairly close to 970 as long as it isn't packed full or dealing with large file transfers. Most users won't notice the difference in every day use between this and a 970. If you are a creative professional or someone that deals with large files regularly it may not be the best option. However it is 50% the cost of a 970
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This is pretty impressive pricing - in fact it is decent pricing for a *SATA* drive. Per the Anandtech review, this drive has most of the benefits of NVMe drives and only slows down when it is full and also being hammered.

Anandtech review conclusion: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...-arrives/5
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He's saying it's a good price for a 1TB SATA, let alone for this drive.
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Nice! Missed it yesterday before it sold out
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Nice! Missed it yesterday before it sold out
Any idea how this compares to a Samsung 970? Guess I've not heard of QLC nand before
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This is pretty impressive pricing - in fact it is decent pricing for a *SATA* drive. Per the Anandtech review, this drive has most of the benefits of NVMe drives and only slows down when it is full and also being hammered.

Anandtech review conclusion: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...-arrives/5
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Any idea how this compares to a Samsung 970? Guess I've not heard of QLC nand before
It's going to be slower-to-significantly-slower than the 970 Evo, and is priced accordingly. They aren't really in the same class; this is a step up from SATA drives and a step down from most modern non-bargain-basement t NVMe drives.
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Any idea how this compares to a Samsung 970? Guess I've not heard of QLC nand before
Low endurance and write speeds get very bad as the drive fills, but for mostly read use with limited overwrites (keeping game files etc) it has great speed and capacity for the price
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Any idea how this compares to a Samsung 970? Guess I've not heard of QLC nand before
As voodoobunny said it will be fairly close to 970 as long as it isn't packed full or dealing with large file transfers. Most users won't notice the difference in every day use between this and a 970. If you are a creative professional or someone that deals with large files regularly it may not be the best option. However it is 50% the cost of a 970
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As voodoobunny said it will be fairly close to 970 as long as it isn't packed full or dealing with large file transfers. Most users won't notice the difference in every day use between this and a 970. If you are a creative professional or someone that deals with large files regularly it may not be the best option. However it is 50% the cost of a 970
Exactly, large file transfers to another drive in excess of 150+ gb and using the drive at around 90% capacity are the only down sides to this drive. 200tbw and a 5 year warranty makes this a a nice option over a sata drive.
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Comparison with 1 TB HP Ex920? I bought that for $150, and will be delivered today. Should I return and get this one?
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Comparison with 1 TB HP Ex920? I bought that for $150, and will be delivered today. Should I return and get this one?
The ex920 is a good drive and faster but presents its own issues (lack of drivers/support and temp bug to name a couple common issues) but unless you move around huge files or plan to fill it to capacity id save some ca$h and go with this drive personally.. It's well suited for most users all things considered..
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Comparison with 1 TB HP Ex920? I bought that for $150, and will be delivered today. Should I return and get this one?
If your computer supports NVME, stick with the HP since it has much better performance.

https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com...3vsm488611
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I've been waiting for the $100 price point, but I think that this is close enough. Thanks
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I'm sorry what? This is not a SATA drive. It an NVMe M.2 drive that in no way supports the SATA protocol.
He's saying it's a good price for a 1TB SATA, let alone for this drive.
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