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Samsung 970 EVO 1TB - NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD (MZ-V7E1T0BW) for 169.99

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Previous deal for PLUS model (not the same): https://slickdeals.net/f/13108282-1tb-970-evo-plus-pcie-nvme-m-2-ssd-fry-s-187-49?src=SiteSearch
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Bad deal. You're comparing the old 970 evo to a new 970 evo PLUS.
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Dammit. The 970 Evo was $170 yesterday now it's gone. At $190. I was gonna pick it up today.

This deal is gone. Not sure why I got downvoted.
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Bad deal. You're comparing the old 970 evo to a new 970 evo PLUS.
Yeah... this is not the superior "Plus" model... be aware.
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Tech question. I'm a dummy and recently bought a nvme m.2 hard drive like this one, that looks like a stick of ram, mistakenly thinking my new laptop had a 2nd port for one. After receiving the drive, and opening the laptop, I discovered there's only an expansion slot for the full sized ssd hard drives. Is there a converter or something I can use, or do I just need to return this style of drive and get the old school full size laptop ssd drive?
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Tech question. I'm a dummy and recently bought a nvme m.2 hard drive like this one, that looks like a stick of ram, mistakenly thinking my new laptop had a 2nd port for one. After receiving the drive, and opening the laptop, I discovered there's only an expansion slot for the full sized ssd hard drives. Is there a converter or something I can use, or do I just need to return this style of drive and get the old school full size laptop ssd drive?
Lots of things like this if you search Amazon

some are internal some external.

Sabrent M.2 SSD to 2.5-Inch SATA III Aluminum Enclosure Adapter (EC-M2SA) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6PM...5lDbY6FP88

Best of luck
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Lots of things like this if you search Amazon

some are internal some external.

Sabrent M.2 SSD to 2.5-Inch SATA III Aluminum Enclosure Adapter (EC-M2SA) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6PM...5lDbY6FP88 [amazon.com]

Best of luck
Note that items like that don't support M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs.
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Tech question. I'm a dummy and recently bought a nvme m.2 hard drive like this one, that looks like a stick of ram, mistakenly thinking my new laptop had a 2nd port for one. After receiving the drive, and opening the laptop, I discovered there's only an expansion slot for the full sized ssd hard drives. Is there a converter or something I can use, or do I just need to return this style of drive and get the old school full size laptop ssd drive?
Could always get a USB enclosure for it and turn it into a very fast and high-capacity flash drive.
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2tb rocket (PHISON E12, wicked fast)) for $230 is the deal IMO:

Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-2TB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MTQT...lDbEKTGY1T
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sorry, delete
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Note that items like that don't support M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs.
Correct, items like that adapter the other comment mentioned will not work with this drive. This drive only supports PCIe NVMe, not the SATA protocol.
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Note that items like that don't support M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs.
Would he still get the full speed or at least a little better than a normal ssd?
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Would he still get the full speed or at least a little better than a normal ssd?
No, the limit would be the SATA interface whether an adapter was used or not. Probably best to avoid the complication of using an adapter if at all possible.
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Why is this getting so much hate? It was $225 back in November and has been steadily dropping. There is nothing wrong with this drive at this price if you're in the market now and don't want to overpay for the Pro/PLUS
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I just bought the Corsair mp510 2tb for $250. Hopefully it's pretty comparable to this for everyday use. Pairng it with my wife's new Hades canyon
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