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  • Featuring advanced 3D NAND Flash for high reliability & durability
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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.
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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.
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its not working another country, only USA!
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Is this a good deal?
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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.
Do you get emails about specials from microcenter or just browse their website? I'm around 15 miles from one and don't mind taking the drive if there is a good sale on something I need. Specifically right now, I need a 1TB (or larger) 2.5" SSD. I prefer more reliable bramds/models. TIA
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Anyone have any guesses as to how low theses SSD's will be going for on BF? Holding out for a 1TB Samsung or Sandisk Extreme.
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Is this a good deal?
Ok but not great for what it is. It is a good SATA ssd model though above the Kingston A400s and below the Crucial MX500s for overall performance and reliability. And far below the overpriced Samsungs.
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Anyone have any guesses as to how low theses SSD's will be going for on BF? Holding out for a 1TB Samsung or Sandisk Extreme.
This is most likely as low as they'll get for a bit. They released their BF ad and there wasn't anything of note on it.
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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.
Is it worth upgrading to NVME? I don't have any slots left but have some PCIe x 16 ports open that could run NVME with an adaptor (MSI Z97 gaming board)
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Anyone have any guesses as to how low theses SSD's will be going for on BF? Holding out for a 1TB Samsung or Sandisk Extreme.
There are far too many models at different price levels and performance to pick a number.

Expect at least one of the lowest end 1tb sata to be around $75, low-mids like Kingston A400s or this one to be around $80 and Crucial MX 500s to be around $90 (but may be lower combined with other offers from Google shopping etc) and Samsungs barely reaching down to $100 if at all.

10 units in stock BF teasers are hardly worth counting on being available to consider them as indicative of what it should be.
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Is it worth upgrading to NVME? I don't have any slots left but have some PCIe x 16 ports open that could run NVME with an adaptor (MSI Z97 gaming board)
If you do large file transfers often, yes, otherwise not really. I would just get SATA SSD if you're out of nvme slots, not really worth the adapter upgrade price on top of nvme slightly higher price just to get nvme vs. sata - unless again you do large transfers often
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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?
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I'm looking to upgrade my PS4 pro with an ssd. What is your opinion on this ssd vs Samsung QVO, crucial mx500, wd blue? At this price with comparable performance I figure it's just a matter of which is cheaper at time of purchase
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Do you get emails about specials from microcenter or just browse their website? I'm around 15 miles from one and don't mind taking the drive if there is a good sale on something I need. Specifically right now, I need a 1TB (or larger) 2.5" SSD. I prefer more reliable bramds/models. TIA
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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