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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...20-326-778

I own 2, love 'em. Lowest I've seen.

There are 3 different combo available as well which give a $25-35 discount when buying the ssd with a 2600x, 2700, or 2700x.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3914194
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3914197
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3914198

This price shows up on newegg's ebay store to stack with the 8-15% ebay bucks offers ending today. However it's currently "out of stock" there, so something to keep an eye on!
https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-EX920...2454374689
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Someone talk me out of this.
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Someone talk me out of this.
Don't do it... It's gonna drop in price just a little bit more.
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Someone talk me out of this.
remember when regular 1tb ssd's were like $500? man you would have killed for 10 times the speed at like a quarter of the cost at that time...LMAOLMAOLMAO
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Don't do it... It's gonna drop in price just a little bit more.
I'm holding firm waiting for one of these more reputable NVMe m.2's to drop below $120 for a 1TB.

Really should just jump on this deal but the trend over the last couple months is pushing me to wait.
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I work in tech. Things are very (very) shaky right now and the first qtr was fairly brutal for nearly everyone at the component level.

If I were a betting man, I'd say the prices will continue to drop because the demand has decreased and companies are getting caught with too much inventory in the channel.

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Man I just bought the sx8200 pro for 135$.. Should I cancel for this? Looks like benchmarks are pretty similar, although I guess the sx8200 includes a heat sink.
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Man I just bought the sx8200 pro for 135$.. Should I cancel for this? Looks like benchmarks are pretty similar, although I guess the sx8200 includes a heat sink.
I am in the same position.
The sx8200 pro has significantly faster write speed (3000mbs vs 1800mbs) if I am comparing the stats correctly

Tracking short term tech pricing movement of components you just ordered will drive you insane...
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Great price. Using this in 2 systems I built, working great.
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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...20-326-778

I own 2, love 'em. Lowest I've seen.

There are 3 different combo available as well which give a $25-35 discount when buying the ssd with a 2600x, 2700, or 2700x.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3914194
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3914197
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3914198

This price shows up on newegg's ebay store to stack with the 8-15% ebay bucks offers ending today. However it's currently "out of stock" there, so something to keep an eye on!
https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-EX920...2454374689
You probably don't get the games that come with the CPU right? I understand that's a separate deal.
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Someone talk me out of this.
SSD prices are expected to continue to drop through rest of 2019.
https://www.guru3d.com/news-story...-year.html
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SSD prices are expected to continue to drop through rest of 2019.
https://www.guru3d.com/news-story...-year.html
I actually had heard the same before but the site you listed actually makes me feel better about my purchase. According to them prices will start decreasing by less soon and have a small possibility of increasing.

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"The demand side will be helped by the traditional peak season and increased stocking demand from the new Apple devices, possibly seeing an improvement over 1H in 3Q looking forward. Furthermore, many NAND flash suppliers are slowing expansion plans and have declared reductions in production to curtail supply. Yet judging from the rather high inventories along this chain of industry, TrendForce predicts that average contract prices for mainstream SSD capacities will likely continue their descent, although with a slope less steep."
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You probably don't get the games that come with the CPU right? I understand that's a separate deal.
The games will auto-attach anytime one of the cpu's get added to your cart, including in a combo like those I listed.
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You can get an extra 20% off if you buy with GC bought from Raise using T.C.B.
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