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512GB Micron 1100 M.2 2280 3D TLC NAND SATA III Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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MyDigitalDiscount via Amazon has 512GB Micron 1100 M.2 2280 3D TLC NAND SATA III Solid State Drive (MTFDDAV512TBN-1AR15FCYY) for $59.99 - $15 w/ promotion code MICRON45 = $44.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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Hmm reviews say it's a little slow for ssd but for that price and storage I might have to bite
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Good price!
Just fyi this model has been replaced by 1300, and now is mostly being sold by grey market sellers, according to Anandtech. It has been at this discounted price for at least a month(maybe on and off, but still..)
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For $15 dollars more roughly, you might as well get this: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-5...6820326779

Which is perhaps 2-4x the speed!
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for $15 dollars more roughly, you might as well get this: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-5...6820326779 [newegg.com]

which is perhaps 2-4x the speed!
74 - 45 = 29
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"74-45-tax" depends on your state
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Also many of us still have only SATA ports
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For $15 dollars more roughly, you might as well get this: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-5...6820326779 [newegg.com]

Which is perhaps 2-4x the speed!
When has speed ever been a problem? Using a 830 VS my Evo 850 and there is no real world difference.
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*Groan* why don't they have one with a smaller size? My Shuttle DH110SE needs at least one with 2260.
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Buying a M.2 SSD (non-NVMe) is a little bit strange to me. Only 1 out of 6 computers in my office has a M.2 slot. Only the 7th gen Intel desktop (2017 model bought in 2018) has a M.2 slot. And I feel like many new laptops with M.2 slot have already came with SSDs. If you are upgrading a new computer, most likely you would upgrade it with NVMe M.2 SSD. If you are upgrading a old computer, you would need a 2.5-inch SATA III SSD. If you really want to upgrade a old computer with a M.2 SSD, you would need to buy a M.2 to 2.5-inch SATA3 adapter.
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For $15 dollars more roughly, you might as well get this: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex920-5...6820326779

Which is perhaps 2-4x the speed!
My new 2018 HP 15-bs168cl doesn't support NVMe. Yeah, they are faster, but it doesn't work in some computers. SATA only Frown
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Says not valid code for me.
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i'm looking for a SSD to pair with my MX300 525GB in raid 0 (i know, maybe not worth the trouble, but i'm set on trying it..)

from what i'm finding this Micron 1100 appears to have the same Marvell controller and Micron TLC NAND so they should work pretty well together, right? (i would put this Micron on a m.2->sata adapter)
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Dead, now $54.99 and the code will not apply.
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