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KINGSTON Q500 2.5" 480GB SATA III Solid State Drive (SSD) SQ500S37/480G $48.79 FS AC +tax(where applicable)

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Newegg is offering 20% off select SSDs for email subscribers with coupon code EMCUTUT32 at checkout. SSDs must by sold by Newegg. Newegg have 3rd party market sellers on the website so you need to make the SSD is sold by Newegg.

https://promotions.newegg.com/NEe...m_mid=5212

I just put this drive as an example but there are more varieties available on the website.

KINGSTON Q500 2.5" 480GB SATA III Solid State Drive (SSD) SQ500S37/480GB

$60.99-(coupon code $12.20)=$48.79 FS +tax (where applicable)

https://www.newegg.com/kingston-q...01M8-00350
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I couldn't figure out if it has dram.
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I couldn't figure out if it has dram.
Marketed as entry level means no dram cache.
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Marketed as entry level means no dram cache.
Isn't their a400 the entry level model?
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What's the best bang for the buck hdd/ssd/nvme you can get with this if you're going for something decent but max value?
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Also if my motherboard has an available slot they says nvme pcie gen3x4 22110 m.2 basically any new nvme ssd would work there?
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