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Hyundai Sapphire C2S3T 2.5" SATA III 3D TLC SSD: 480GB $43, 120GB EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has select Hyundai Sapphire C2S3T 2.5" SATA III 3D TLC Solid State Drives on sale listed below. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks generalpro18

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Walmart.com has the Hyundai C2S3T 2.5" SATA III 3D TLC Solid State Drives on sale listed below. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more.

This was a previously sold out front page deal. 120GB is $14.99. The 240GB dropped to $23.99 and $42.99 respectively.

120GB - $14.99 >Now $15.99
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyunda.../126446416

240GB - $23.99 >Now $24.99
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyunda.../123092887

480GB - $42.99
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyunda.../194544968

Previouis front page deal: https://slickdeals.net/f/13610812-hyundai-sapphire-c2s3t-2-5-sata-iii-3d-tlc-ssd-480gb-44-120gb-15-more-free-store-pickup?src=SiteSearch

Notes from previous front page deal:
1. 5 Year Warranty
2. No DRAM
3. Perfect for OS Boot Up

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyundai.../126446416
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Last Edited by generalpro18 December 5, 2019 at 10:02 AM
1. 5 Year Warranty
2. No DRAM
3. Perfect for OS Boot Up

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Not sure what you're talking about. Hyundai has been making electronics since the 80s.
As was pointed out in an earlier post, it's not the same company any more. Plus, even if they have experience making electronics, this is the first line of SSDs from them.

But I also pointed out in an earlier post that internally this is the same as a PNY drive.
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As was pointed out in an earlier post, it's not the same company any more. Plus, even if they have experience making electronics, this is the first line of SSDs from them.

But I also pointed out in an earlier post that internally this is the same as a PNY drive.
Not to play semantics, but I was responding to the following statement,

"This brand hasn't been around long enough to establish a reputation for reliability or unreliability, and anyone saying otherwise is full of it."

We can play the who makes whom thing all day long with several brands in several industries,but I'm pointing to the fact that Hyundai has been around a lot longer than either you or I.
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I bought two of these. Could someone recommend a deal on an SSD with DRAM?
Thanks!
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FYI, current price updates:
120GB is $28.54
240GB is $24.99
480GB is $42.99
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I bought two of these. Could someone recommend a deal on an SSD with DRAM?
Thanks!
ADATA SU800
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ADATA SU800
Thank you, sadly, out of stock. I've read the 800 series is good but the 750, I think it is, is bad. I had a yellow Adata thumbdrive that died 2-months after the warranty ran out that I barely used. I have another blue one that I haven't had a probelm with. I think their colors indicate a different product line.
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Not to play semantics, but I was responding to the following statement,

"This brand hasn't been around long enough to establish a reputation for reliability or unreliability, and anyone saying otherwise is full of it."

We can play the who makes whom thing all day long with several brands in several industries,but I'm pointing to the fact that Hyundai has been around a lot longer than either you or I.
They used to be a big RAM maker in the 90s
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They used to be a big RAM maker in the 90s
Yep, just saw some of their chips on a ddr module last night.
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These are unreliable, low quality garbage. Do not use them in ANYTHING that you can about and do not put any important data on them. Speaking from professional experience.

Ok to use them in throw away machines or temporary rigs.
I purchased a couple of these and they were Samsung EVO or Pro drives. These are a steal.
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MiniTool Partition Wizard Free version from download.com. I have cloned over 100 HDDs to SSDs with that software. In fact, I cloned 3 drives last night. Just use the Wizard for Copy Disk, and it's fast and (so far) bulletproof.
That said. You can misalign the drive and slow it down if you don't do a clean is all. 4k alignment needs to be checked.
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I purchased a couple of these and they were Samsung EVO or Pro drives. These are a steal.
Wait, so you got something different? I would highly doubt they are genuine if you did.
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Wait, so you got something different? I would highly doubt they are genuine if you did.
Yeah, I'm not sure what that poster was talking about. I bought several of these in two different orders, and they all came as described. Haven't tried them yet so I can't comment on performance, but for speeding up a bunch of older (5+ years) laptops that originally came with HDDs, I'm sure they'll be fine.
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I had three 240GB ones in my cart last night but didn't pull the trigger. I lost my brother tonight. I just checked and the price is up to $29 now. That's no deal. I was looking to update old laptops to give to cousins.
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