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TheKeyKey via Rakuten has 1TB HP EX920 PCIe NVMe 3D TLC NAND M.2 Solid State Drive (2YY47AA#ABC) for $118.99 - 15% w/ coupon code SAVE15.= $101.14. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Our research indicates that at the time of this post, the 1TB HP EX920 PCIe NVMe 3D TLC NAND M.2 Solid State Drive (2YY47AA#ABC) is $16.85 lower (14.3% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $117.99.

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thekeykey via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has a HP SSD EX920 1TB for $101.14. Use code SAVE15. Must be logged in to your Rakuten account to apply the promo code.

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Bought the same on Newegg sale some time ago for $108. Still runs good. it does get hot, but so far nothing to complain about. I have it in a PCIe card
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Can anyone explain why this isn't a good deal?
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With tax $110.12, waiting for $99 (not in a rush)
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Nice find! These run cooler than the E12 Sabrent Rocket and are almost as fast.
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Nice find! These run cooler than the E12 Sabrent Rocket and are almost as fast.
Proof?
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With tax $110.12, waiting for $99 (not in a rush)
I actually ordered a Lite-On EP2-KB960 960GB for $80 shipped from ebay because number one I wanted MLC and I got sick of waiting on the prices to fall. only time will tell if it was a genius move by me. Oh yeah plus I always wanted a older server SSD.

READING: 2200MB/S

WRITING: 800MB/S
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Can anyone explain why this isn't a good deal?
It is a good deal if you are in the market for a good boot drive. After tax it's pretty close to the historical low. EX920 would be B+/A- on the NVME SSD tier list.
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Proof?
Any decent SSD review site will have the info on speeds. The E12 is faster, particularly for more complex tasks. Sequential R/W are more comparable than 4K results.

As to temps, I now own both drives. In the same laptop, max temps were approximately 10 degrees C less using the EX920 when I ran CDM to test both drives. That's also in line with review sites that test temps.

Generally, it is a well known fact the E12 runs hot, and the E16 runs even hotter I use my Sabrent in a desktop and wouldn't recommend it for a laptop.

For that matter, the max power draw is a couple of watts higher on the E12 drives (see specs). Higher watts = More heat. 'Taint rocket science; that's my day job.
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Bought two of those for 97 each on SD about a month ago. No complaints whatsoever
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Yep, the sabrent's are still using silicon, which tends to get hot when under full load.
Your sarcasm has been duly noted and recorded as unhelpful.

However, in the real world, cooler temps matter for those people who might want to choose the right drive to go in a notebook. In a desktop, who cares.
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"Sequential Read/Write Speeds up to 3,200 MBps / 1,800 MBps, An industry top leading Reliability (MTBF) 2M hours, and Endurance (TBW) up to 400 TBW"
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