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Thekeykey via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has an HP EX920 1TB M.2 nVME SSD for $96.99. Use code KEY18. Must be logged in to your Rakuten account to apply the promo code.
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"Costs only a bit more" So ~$40-50 more is just a bit? haha.
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Samsung's better, but pricier. This is the best NVMe in terms of value.
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will I have issues with cloning on this drive?
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will I have issues with cloning on this drive?
What? No why would you? This is just like any other drive. This actually better than a lot of other nvme drives in the market. Very fast and reliable.
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Is this or Samsung better?
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Samsung
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Samsung's better, but pricier. This is the best NVMe in terms of value.
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Wow that's a good price.
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Is this seller authorized? Any idea if there will be any problems claiming warranty?
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Is this or SX8200 Pro better?
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Samsung's better, but pricier. This is the best NVMe in terms of value.
The HP EX950, not the 920, actually does compete with the Samsung 970, and costs only a bit more than the 920, so I consider it a better value.
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How do I know if this is the correct drive for my Dell inspiron 13?
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The HP EX950, not the 920, actually does compete with the Samsung 970, and costs only a bit more than the 920, so I consider it a better value.
"Costs only a bit more" So ~$40-50 more is just a bit? haha.
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Any major benefit to going with a Samsung EVO over this, if it's going to be a secondary drive, just for files?
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