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Amazon is having a deal on the Kingston 240GB SSD for $26.99. If you have amazon prime and have not used prime now u get a $10 off your first purchase bringing the total to around $16.99 but you would need to buy another one for free shipping. Just got two for $48 with prime now so basically $24 each which is a good deal if you need a SSD. You can order tru amazon or amazon prime now. Here is the link.



Kingston 240GB A400 SSD 2.5'' SATA 7MM 2.5-Inch SA400S37/240G https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N5IB...5CbDRSB81F
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Thats a sweet deal.. 240gb :0 480 is at 49.99 tooo...
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260mb/s read and 180mb/s write speeds for a ssd what??
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Thats a sweet deal.. 240gb :0 480 is at 49.99 tooo...
Can get the Best Buy Refurb Samsung 860 EVO 500gb for $54.99 they have little to no writes from all the reviews and warranty is 5 years by serial number
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It's a SATA SSD, or basically equivalent to an HDD. Not a good deal.
Shit I bought this a while back thinking it was good. What kind of ssd Should I be getting?
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Shit I bought this a while back thinking it was good. What kind of ssd Should I be getting?
Its a entry level ssd. It is still better than a standard HDD. Id use it for booting my system.
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260mb/s read and 180mb/s write speeds for a ssd what??
Where did you get this info from? The description says its 500MB/s read and 350MB/s write for the 240GB
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Duplicate post, please delete
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Where did you get this info from? The description says its 500MB/s read and 350MB/s write for the 240GB
look at reviews people are posting benchmarks from crystaldisk
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look at reviews people are posting benchmarks from crystaldisk
Thanks for the heads up.
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https://youtu.be/ppeSIaDupSQ

Basically if you see PCIe, NVMe, or M.2 you're good to go.
m.2 is a form factor. m.2 drives can still use a SATA interface.
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Awesome, great deal. Smilie
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It's a SATA SSD, or basically equivalent to an HDD. Not a good deal.
eh, just not true...
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