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Intel 660p Series M.2 2280 1TB PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 3D2, QLC Internal Solid State Drive, CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Memory Kit

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If you price the ssd at $99 which is the current sale price on Amazon, $45 for the ram is an amazing price
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Seems like a good deal!
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Seems like a good deal!

If you need them both. Mediocre drive, as far as the SSD. But, about $20-$25 savings (off sale prices) if you need the RAM.
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Good deal if you need them both!
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If you price the ssd at $99 which is the current sale price on Amazon, $45 for the ram is an amazing price
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How long will that drive last for the average user? On average. Compared to other popular drives.
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The reviews say this ram doesn't work well with ryzen chips, so I'm gonna pass.
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I believe the 660 is QLC, and Intel's QLC is terrible, unless it includes Optane. Not 1000% certain but do check the specs before you buy...
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How long will that drive last for the average user? On average. Compared to other popular drives.
Don't know about this particular drive, but I had a 535 model, didn't even last 2 years, and died. Intel did replace it under warranty pretty easily. Sold it and went with Sammy, never looked back. Of course ymmv.
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How long will that drive last for the average user? On average. Compared to other popular drives.
Specs say 5 year warranty and 200TB written which is pretty low. I think it would be great as secondary storage.
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Specs say 5 year warranty and 200TB written which is pretty low. I think it would be great as secondary storage.
More than enough for the average user tough.
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How long will that drive last for the average user? On average. Compared to other popular drives.
It's hard to say. On paper it's 200TB, but depending on your usage, if cache is rarely flushed, it would accept more writes. But I have to say after cache is exhausted, the drive is really slower than a mechanical drive.
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The 660p was on sale a few days ago for $91, then the ram costs ~$54 - which is around ~$6 savings.

Ignore those who were saying the 660p is a bad drive due to QLC - they just do not know enough. For average users, they may never encounter the downside of the QLC. Check the reviews on egg and amazon, they are better than most other SSD drives.
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