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Newegg [newegg.com] has 256GB HP EX920 M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive (2YY45AA#ABC) for $36.99. Shipping is free.

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Not the lowest, but if you trust HP, then close. Bought a 256GB m.2 Sunday for 30 on amazon.
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Not the lowest, but if you trust HP, then close. Bought a 256GB m.2 Sunday for 30 on amazon.
NVMe or SATA?
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NVMe or SATA?
NVMe 3450 read 3100 write
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NVMe 3450 read 3100 write
Wuuut, damn. Gotta link?
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Great price, thanks!
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How easy is it to clone my current drive (another NVMe drive) and replace it with this one?
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How easy is it to clone my current drive (another NVMe drive) and replace it with this one?
If you are unfamiliar with Linux/*nix, Clonezilla live CD is a user-friendly way to clone a disk: https://clonezilla.org/clonezilla-live.php
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Wuuut, damn. Gotta link?
https://slickdeals.net/f/13084915-sabrent-rocket-nvme-ssds-1tb-109-20-512gb-59-50-256gb-30-more-free-s-h?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
Codes can only be used once, btw and prime shipping.
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The 1TB model seems to be on sale too, it's usually $130. It's $104 on sale, that's about $10 more than the 1tb 660p usually goes for on sale, but this has much better write speeds.
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If you are unfamiliar with Linux/*nix, Clonezilla live CD is a user-friendly way to clone a disk: https://clonezilla.org/clonezilla-live.php
The free version of EasUS Todo Backup is another option. The only issue might be if you have only a single NVME port on your motherboard. If so, you might need to copy to another SSD or HDD and then transfer that image to the new NVME drive. If your system supports 2 NVME devices, you should be fine with doing a direct copy.
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I bought a Samsung M.2 256GB SSD from Amazon for $33 last week.
The Samsung SSD is CHEAPER and FASTER.
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I bought a Samsung M.2 256GB SSD from Amazon for $33 last week.
The Samsung SSD is CHEAPER and FASTER.
Link?
Pretty sure it is SATA m.2 not NVMe.
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I bought a Samsung M.2 256GB SSD from Amazon for $33 last week.
The Samsung SSD is CHEAPER and FASTER.

Its not faster if its a SSD based card.
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