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ADATA Ultimate SU800 1TB 3D NAND 2.5 Inch SATA-III Internal SSD (ASU800SS-1TT-C) $89.99 + FS

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  • Featuring advanced 3D NAND Flash for high reliability & durability
  • Sequential Read/Write up to 560/520 MB/s
  • SATA III 6GB/s interface
  • Support RAID Engine & Data Shaping for Ultimate Protection
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If you get on their email list you will get an email every day. Email from a few days ago showed Samsung 860 evo 1tb 2.5" for $129.99 and the Samsung 970 evo 1tb NVMe for $169.99.
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Are this easy to install in a hp 17 inch touch screen laptop I got from Costco like 2 years ago. It didn't had ssd's in it and i told my brother we could add ssd's once they get cheaper. Or it's better to the the other type that is faster but more expensive? And can i add more ram to that laptop to or it's one or the other?
Google the model number to make sure the parts are replaceable/compatible and how to take it apart. It probably already has a SATA hard drive, so you'll just be swapping it with a SSD. You'll probably have to replace the RAM with 2 new sticks. Shouldn't be a problem to replace both at the same time.

I have a 17t that I've upgraded a couple of times, and I don't like it. The battery and optical drive (if equipped) must be removed. Then, there are probably a dozen or more tiny screws to deal with. Finally, the keyboard assembly must be pried away from the bottom tray. It is all made from plastic, and I was scared I was going to crack or scratch it. You'll need a precision screwdriver set. I would strongly suggest in investing in some nylon tools like this from Harbor Freight [harborfreight.com] or a cell phone repair kit to keep from scratching the plastic. In contrast, my old Dell just has a couple of panels on the bottom held in place by a screw to access the HD and RAM.
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I'll be that "microcenter guy" - if you have one nearby they have their Inland 1 TB SATA SSD for $79.99 right now.

Their "professional" (1,550 read/1000 write) nvme 1 TB is $94.99 and "premium" (3100 read/2800 write) nvme 1 TB is $99.99.

I have the "premium" model and lots of people including myself bench it at 3400/3100, not that those are useful everyday stats.
Their sata drive doesn't have dram cache and that's a significant difference right there. This adata one does. The other 2 are nvme so that's a moot point although I grabbed the adata s11 pro for $96 on one of amazons lightning deals (it was posted here and lasted about an hour) and that's a faster nvme than both of those . So You need to know what u want/what u buy before buying because it' may not always be the best choice otherwise yeah from a $ perspective , MC is among the cheapest
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Must either be account or location dependent, or over, as it shows as $99.99 to me.
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Did anyone notice that the TBW of ADATA SSD is not 0 when it's received. I have seen the number ranges differently each time between 0.4TB and 0.5TB. What's the TBW of your SSD when you received it?
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