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500GB Crucial P1 3D NAND M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Amazon has 500GB Crucial P1 3D NAND M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive (CT500P1SSD8) on sale for $53.35. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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Finally a real deal on Crucial nvme drive.
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Will this work with MacBook Air Sintech adapter?
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Has DRAM, but is QLC.
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Has DRAM, but is QLC.
Dang, I wish I bought the Adata 8200 512gb when I had the chance. All the deals since then have not been as good.
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Don't see any nvme that are close to this price point with a name brand or this level of performance.
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Crucial P1 versus ADATA SX8200 Pro
Crucial P1 ranks 74th vs SX8200 ranks 29th & 32% to 53% better benchmarks. The 1TB SX8200 has sold for $85 before.
https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com...2vsm634807
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Can someone knowledgeable tell if this will be compatible in Dell Inspiron 5558 laptop? I am thinking of replacing hard disk drive with this one if it works.
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Dang, I wish I bought the Adata 8200 512gb when I had the chance. All the deals since then have not been as good.
How much did it go for?
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Edit: Mixed up M.2 drives and 2.5" SSDs. Deleted my message. Sorry.
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I don't want to buy regular 2.5" ssd anymore. I want to buy my first nvme/pcie for external storage and when i buy a new pc it'll either be internal primary or secondary drive or remain external. Is this a good ssd for everyday use. 4K video editing, gaming, photo, audio editing, transferring large and small files?
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How does this compare to samsung 970 evo?
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