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The SanDisk Ultra and Samsung QVO are SATA drives -- meaning they max out at 550MB/s read/write (the SATA3 limitation). The Intel 660p is an NVMe drive which maxes out at 1800MB/s read/write. The NVMe standard itself maxes out out at around 3600MB/s read/write, but you will have to pay $$$ to get NVMe drives that are that fast.
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Better than the QVO, yes. 660p is NVMe and not really comparable.
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Was looking for this last night and prices were around $200+ so didn't pull the trigger, this is a better price, i can get it for $139 (adding discover promo and some CB) but the shipping is Nov 20 - Dec 1, should i wait for others deals on 2TB ssd ??

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Was looking for this last night and prices were around $200+ so didn't pull the trigger, this is a better price, i can get it for $139 (adding discover promo and some CB) but the shipping is Nov 20 - Dec 1, should i wait for others deals on 2TB ssd ??
Get it and cancel order if you find another deal.
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Is this a better drive than a Samsung 860 QVO and/or Intel 660p?
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I guess BF will plenty SSD deals
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Is this a better drive than a Samsung 860 QVO and/or Intel 660p?
Better than the QVO, yes. 660p is NVMe and not really comparable.
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QVO and 660p both use QLC NAND. So I think they are comparable. Change my mind.
I meant the Ultra 3D and 660p are not comparable; TLC vs. QLC, SATA/AHCI vs. PCIe/NVMe.
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QVO and 660p both use QLC NAND. So I think they are comparable. Change my mind.
The SanDisk Ultra and Samsung QVO are SATA drives -- meaning they max out at 550MB/s read/write (the SATA3 limitation). The Intel 660p is an NVMe drive which maxes out at 1800MB/s read/write. The NVMe standard itself maxes out out at around 3600MB/s read/write, but you will have to pay $$$ to get NVMe drives that are that fast.
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Also same price @ Best Buy. Amazon was probably just matching BB's BF ad. https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sand...Id=5969504
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my 4tb wd portable drive always fails, and clicking noise .
shall I buy 2 of this to save my precious photos for many years? I regularly and sometimes attached it to the NAS.
from my experience, ssds have been more reliable in the long run compared to my hdds. their lifespan are often tied to a TBW (amount of written data) so unless you do lots of writes over it, they will remain fine for a long time. however, running it in a NAS, ymmv depending on whether you have it running in RAID.
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my 4tb wd portable drive always fails, and clicking noise .
shall I buy 2 of this to save my precious photos for many years? I regularly and sometimes attached it to the NAS.
Use a cloud backup such as mega upload(for redundancy).. they will offer at least 50gb free...
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