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Corsair Force MP600 M.2 2280 1TB PCI-Express Gen 4.0 x4 NVMe SSD $185 @Amazon

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not as good as the $180 newegg/bestbuy/ebay deal, but still decent. or better if you have an amazon or chase card with 5% cashback

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SQZYW2V

as of 12:09pm eastern, there are 56 units in stock.
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Waiting patiently for 2tb to go on sale.
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isn't corsair the one that was just $150 a day or two ago?

I was going to get a 970 evo plus instead of gen4 and stupid dell had it show as $200 when it was really $220, so even with my $50 off coupon I passed.
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The giant heat sink means this obviously won't fit in laptops.
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The giant heat sink means this obviously won't fit in laptops.
You never know, if you squeeze it hard enough...
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You never know, if you squeeze it hard enough...
One review says the heatsink is removable though.
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One review says the heatsink is removable though.
What laptop requiers Gen4 PCIE NVME ?
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What laptop requiers Gen4 PCIE NVME ?
I don't think any exist yet. It'll still run at gen 3 though.
I'm just pointing out that if you wanted to put this in a laptop you at least need to remove the heatsink.
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normal price? was just 180 yesterday? wut?
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One review says the heatsink is removable though.
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The giant heat sink means this obviously won't fit in laptops.
the heat sink is removable but anyone dumb enough to try to put this into a laptop will soon need to buy a new laptop. these get very hot. if you're buying for a laptop, stick with 3.0 for now

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isn't corsair the one that was just $150 a day or two ago?

I was going to get a 970 evo plus instead of gen4 and stupid dell had it show as $200 when it was really $220, so even with my $50 off coupon I passed.
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normal price? was just 180 yesterday? wut?
it was never $150. $250 is the normal price. go to newegg and check for yourself. this drive is $250 at newegg AND it's sold out.

there was a sale price of $180 at newegg and best buy, but newegg sold out and best buy brought the price back to $250 almost instantly. also, this deal stacks with the $20 off amex promo, so you can get it for $165.
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The WD SN750 1TB is a better deal all the way around. $129.99 plus coupon hotdeals (10% off) makes it $116.xx if gen 3 is fine (most don't pay attention to what gen 4 is and will likely try and put it in a laptop)

Just add it to cart, apply coupon, enjoy.

https://shop.westerndigital.com/p...DS100T3X0C

Personally even if I could utilize a gen 4, I wouldn't get it. They're only marginally faster than gen 3, and that's SOLELY in sequential transfers. I was running 2 gen 3 evo 512s in raid 0, but stopped because there wasn't any noticeable difference outside of a sequential benchmark. Peaked just over 7GB/s, about 50% faster than the current gen 4 offerings, but it wasn't any faster in anything. Once you're above 3GB/s read rates, the speed at which data can be pulled isn't the bottleneck any longer. That's when the random R/W come into play and a gen 2 bus could easily keep up with what the current drives are capable of in that realm.
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the heat sink is removable but anyone dumb enough to try to put this into a laptop will soon need to buy a new laptop. these get very hot. if you're buying for a laptop, stick with 3.0 for now





it was never $150. $250 is the normal price. go to newegg and check for yourself. this drive is $250 at newegg AND it's sold out.

there was a sale price of $180 at newegg and best buy, but newegg sold out and best buy brought the price back to $250 almost instantly. also, this deal stacks with the $20 off amex promo, so you can get it for $165.
I apparently never get any amex deals people mention.
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The WD SN750 1TB is a better deal all the way around. $129.99 plus coupon hotdeals (10% off) makes it $116.xx if gen 3 is fine (most don't pay attention to what gen 4 is and will likely try and put it in a laptop)

Just add it to cart, apply coupon, enjoy.

https://shop.westerndigital.com/p...DS100T3X0C

Personally even if I could utilize a gen 4, I wouldn't get it. They're only marginally faster than gen 3, and that's SOLELY in sequential transfers. I was running 2 gen 3 evo 512s in raid 0, but stopped because there wasn't any noticeable difference outside of a sequential benchmark. Peaked just over 7GB/s, about 50% faster than the current gen 4 offerings, but it wasn't any faster in anything. Once you're above 3GB/s read rates, the speed at which data can be pulled isn't the bottleneck any longer. That's when the random R/W come into play and a gen 2 bus could easily keep up with what the current drives are capable of in that realm.
ive read up on sequential vs random before and it gets so confusing what qualifies as each type.

anyway, as far as wd, I don't ant to risk them again after constant issues with an external drive I was using. I THINK it was more due to the nature of the cord, but still so any issues it makes me not trust them.
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