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Now is 119.99 ... cheaper than the 2-hour deal!!! What do you expect from NewEgg
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Showing $135 now
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I suppose the price I posted was from another seller.
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Not sure how they compare, but the Sabrent Rocket 1TB has been $109.98 for a while.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I'm seeing 135
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Change seller and roll to the button, I see $119
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the sx8200 pro was just $110 recently, there's no reason to buy this drive, same controller chip same nand for $20 more.

Definitely wait for BF. the 8200 seems to go on sale alot too.
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computer headquarters? is this guy reputable
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Adata 8200 pro was $110
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I always check ssd deals against inland ssd on amazon. Comparing this hp ex950 to the inland premium nvme.
The hp has faster read and writes.
The inland has better random read and write 4k iops.
The hp is rated 2 million hours mtbf instead of inland 1.5 million.
Really, I dont know how much a company can fudge numbers, and in real life I would not be able to tell the difference between the two. I also dont know if either or both are DRAM-less. The Inland is $110.99 from amazon

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RCM6...LDbV3CNM1A
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Nvme prices need to get cheaper... These are basically last year's prices...
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Quote from natofrombombato
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I always check ssd deals against inland ssd on amazon. Comparing this hp ex950 to the inland premium nvme.
The hp has faster read and writes.
The inland has better random read and write 4k iops.
The hp is rated 2 million hours mtbf instead of inland 1.5 million.
Really, I dont know how much a company can fudge numbers, and in real life I would not be able to tell the difference between the two. I also dont know if either or both are DRAM-less. The Inland is $110.99 from amazon

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RCM6...LDbV3CNM1A [amazon.com]
None of them are dram-less. BTW, If you're planning on using them in a laptop, have in mind that phison drives like inland and sbrent run hotter
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Nvme prices need to get cheaper... These are basically last year's prices...
I'd love to see that too, but don't hold your breath.It is unlikely that there will be a significant price-drop(say over 15%) in the next few months. Prices last year were due to over-production, and they have adjusted for that by now. Also, some big manufacturers just lost huge amounts of chips due to power outage (6 Exabytes!!) so that's gotta affect the availability and price.
https://www.extremetech.com/compu...wer-outage
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not a deal with ssd prices now days
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