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Use code: EMCTEUV22 to get the price to $84.99

-M.2 2280
-1TB
-PCI-Express 3.0 x4
-Delivers a capacity optimized NVMe performance

Intel 660p SSD
Finally, PCIe and Intel QLC 3D NAND in one SSD.
The first QLC-based client PCIe SSD in the industry, the 660p SSD continuing Intel's leadership in flash cell technology and quality manufacturing. The QLC technology enables higher storage density and lower cost per GB. The PCIe 3.0 x4 host interface delivers bus bandwidth up to 32Gbps that eliminates the bottleneck of SATA interface, taking you everyday computing experience to a new level. Meet today's storage needs and prepare for the growing demands of tomorrow with the Intel SSD 660p Series.
Available in 512 GB, 1024 GB and 2048 GB to suit your needs.

https://www.newegg.com/intel-660p...0167462-S0
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Been happy with mine so far, use it as my Windows/Game drive. As long as you are aware of it's potential limitations, it's a pretty great little drive for the price. 99% of users will not see any real world differences in performance vs TLC or other NVME drives.
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extra $10 for the HP ex920 is worth it imo without the pitfalls of the 660p.
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will this work in my Dell inspiron 15 3584? I would like to install a larger capacity drive in it, along with more RAM.
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extra $10 for the HP ex920 is worth it imo without the pitfalls of the 660p.

Yep the difference is quite large for only $10 more. Get the HP EX920 instead.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...-arrives/2
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will this work in my Dell inspiron 15 3584? I would like to install a larger capacity drive in it, along with more RAM.
It will fit. However you need to keep a few things in mind. If the laptop only has 1 NVMe slot, you'll have to do a fresh windows install when you change the ssd's. If there are 2 slots, then Bob's your uncle.
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Yep the difference is quite large for only $10 more. Get the HP EX920 instead.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...-arrives/2 [anandtech.com]import86
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extra $10 for the HP ex920 is worth it imo without the pitfalls of the 660p.
i looked up the EX920 on newegg and see it for $113 so that would be $28 more.
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i looked up the EX920 on newegg and see it for $113 so that would be $28 more.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13377922-hp-ex920-m-2-1tb-pcie-3-0-x4-nvme-3d-tlc-ssd-96-ac-newegg
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thank you, i wasnt aware. do you have this drive? curious about the posters in the thread you linked citing heat issues and failures.
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thank you, i wasnt aware. do you have this drive? curious about the posters in the thread you linked citing heat issues and failures.

I have the ex920 but i use it as a storage drive so I can't say whether its durable or not as I don't use it as much as others.
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Yep the difference is quite large for only $10 more. Get the HP EX920 instead.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...-arrives/2
Reading through those post it seems like $10 for a whole lot of extra trouble
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Reading through those post it seems like $10 for a whole lot of extra trouble
People are mostly being ridiculous. I personally have an EX920 1tb, a Sabrent Rocket 1tb, 2 inland professional 1tb as well as a few 970 Evos(2x2tb and 1x1tb). All have been rock solid reliable. Cloning to these is kind of a pain but that's it. Otherwise, you'd be fine. Still, the Intel and Crucual QLC drives do have their place on the market. However, you are trading extreme future performance drop off and longevity for a "name brand" that's known for its consistent warranty responses and $10. The fact is, filling these QLC drives beyond 70% is generally a bad idea while most other drives see their drop off at around 90%. That means you are paying $10 less for ~200GB less of usable storage at reasonable performance.
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People are mostly being ridiculous. I personally have an EX920 1tb, a Sabrent Rocket 1tb, 2 inland professional 1tb as well as a few 970 Evos(2x2tb and 1x1tb). All have been rock solid reliable. Cloning to these is kind of a pain but that's it. Otherwise, you'd be fine. Still, the Intel and Crucual QLC drives do have their place on the market. However, you are trading extreme future performance drop off and longevity for a "name brand" that's known for its consistent warranty responses and $10. The fact is, filling these QLC drives beyond 70% is generally a bad idea while most other drives see their drop off at around 90%. That means you are paying $10 less for ~200GB less of usable storage at reasonable performance.
That logic actually follows. Nice.
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will this work in my Dell inspiron 15 3584? I would like to install a larger capacity drive in it, along with more RAM.
I have the same question, can someone help?
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