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Newegg has 960GB Corsair Force MP510 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 Solid State Drive (CSSD-F960GBMP510) for $134.99 now-> $119.99. Shipping is free (currently backordered). Thanks Alchemyzzt and Ointment3d [Discuss] and Suryasis 
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Corsair.com has Corsair Force MP510 960GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD on sale for 134.99.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1
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SSD's have gotten significantly cheaper since then. If you have a microcenter nearby, the Inland Premium is a better deal at $120 or cheaper with a certain slickdeals competitors coupon, and has the exact same hardware but comes with newer firmware. There's a lot of other Phison E12 drives that have been cheaper than the Corsair.

https://www.microcenter.com/product/600422/1tb-ssd-3d-nand-m2-2280-pcie-nvme-30-x4-internal-solid-state-drive
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I was actually about to buy the Adata one but stopped when I saw ~11$ for tax on the Rakuten deal. Figured I might as well just buy this Corsair ssd (better performance in benchmarks from what I can tell) for $150 at that point. Then I saw at the end of that thread that Newegg had it for ~135. Bought it on the spot and posted this deal for everyone else!

It also doesn't hurt that I got $500 of free Corsair stuff by winning an LED keyboard competition a few years back!
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Previous FP just two months ago at $150, this deal should fly, right?
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This Corsair or the Adata deal for around the same? https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/470407
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This Corsair or the Adata deal for around the same? https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/470407
I was actually about to buy the Adata one but stopped when I saw ~11$ for tax on the Rakuten deal. Figured I might as well just buy this Corsair ssd (better performance in benchmarks from what I can tell) for $150 at that point. Then I saw at the end of that thread that Newegg had it for ~135. Bought it on the spot and posted this deal for everyone else!

It also doesn't hurt that I got $500 of free Corsair stuff by winning an LED keyboard competition a few years back!
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Previous FP just two months ago at $150, this deal should fly, right?
SSD's have gotten significantly cheaper since then. If you have a microcenter nearby, the Inland Premium is a better deal at $120 or cheaper with a certain slickdeals competitors coupon, and has the exact same hardware but comes with newer firmware. There's a lot of other Phison E12 drives that have been cheaper than the Corsair.

https://www.microcenter.com/product/600422/1tb-ssd-3d-nand-m2-2280-pcie-nvme-30-x4-internal-solid-state-drive
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SSD's have gotten significantly cheaper since then. If you have a microcenter nearby, the Inland Premium is a better deal at $120 or cheaper with a certain slickdeals competitors coupon, and has the exact same hardware but comes with newer firmware. There's a lot of other Phison E12 drives that have been cheaper than the Corsair.

https://www.microcenter.com/product/600422/1tb-ssd-3d-nand-m2-2280-pcie-nvme-30-x4-internal-solid-state-drive
Boughth the 512gb inland version for $60. Also a great deal $65 minus the $5 microcenter code. Came with firmware 12.2. Getting almost 3500 in read
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This thing appears to be a beast spec wise, newegg notes the following specs:

Max Sequential Read
Up to 3480 MBps
Max Sequential Write
Up to 3000 MBps
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Which one is better, guys? This or the Intel 660p 2TB QLC for $185 in term of $ wise? I heard that QLC has a higher chance of failure, is that true?

I currently have the old Samsung 840 EVO 256GB and looking into expanding my storage space. Not sure if this or the Intel would give me the best bang for the buck
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SSD's have gotten significantly cheaper since then. If you have a microcenter nearby, the Inland Premium is a better deal at $120 or cheaper with a certain slickdeals competitors coupon, and has the exact same hardware but comes with newer firmware. There's a lot of other Phison E12 drives that have been cheaper than the Corsair.

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...tate-drive
Can I get a hint who this competitor may be? I won't tell anybody... Wink
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One of the best SSDs out there at the moment. Due to lack of any good deals, I settled with HP EX950 1TB last week. HP is not too bad, still Buyers remorse :-(
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All these nvme deals and no good tb3 external deals
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This thing appears to be a beast spec wise, newegg notes the following specs:

Max Sequential Read
Up to 3480 MBps
Max Sequential Write
Up to 3000 MBps
What's the speed after slc cache ran out ?
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What's the speed after slc cache ran out ?
1GB/s. Checkout the diagram of "Sustained Sequential Write Performance" on https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...955-2.html

Note that it's only for write. Read speed of TLC is still good.
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1GB/s. Checkout the diagram of "Sustained Sequential Write Performance" on https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...955-2.html

Note that it's only for write. Read speed of TLC is still good.
Thanks, SX8200 pro looks a lot better
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