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1TB HP EX950 M.2 2280 PCIe 3.1 X4 NVMe SSD $141 + free s/h

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Can this be used for MacBook Air?
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Sooo, I just plug this in a PCIe slot? I'm still old school when it comes to hard drives.
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This isn't a hot price really, the Corsair Force MP510 I think is $119 at Newegg now, or was. It was a hot deal at $135 previously

EDIT: and the Sabrent Rocket deal is still alive I think. I got my 2tb for $260 last week.
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Sooo, I just plug this in a PCIe slot? I'm still old school when it comes to hard drives.
No this has to go to a m.2 slot. Check to make sure you have one on your motherboard.
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Price is good if you need one now.
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Must be a system hard drive to update firmware? External and non-system disks cannot be updated
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Sooo, I just plug this in a PCIe slot? I'm still old school when it comes to hard drives.
an m.2 slow or you need a pci-e to m.2 adapter for $10-15 on amazon
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Wrong category, SSD not hard drive
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FYI, the 1TB EX920 is $123 with the coupon from the same seller. Same TLC nand chips as this EX950, firmware is slightly different but no difference in real world performance. I would rather save the $18. These are a tier above the Intel 660p series in terms of write speed and endurance (TLC vs QLC).

https://express.google.com/produc...h1g_w_1EE8
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Sooo, I just plug this in a PCIe slot? I'm still old school when it comes to hard drives.
M.2 slot that is NVMe, not SATA, to be specific.
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