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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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I read up on korean websites and these are not related to the Hyundai automobile company. Apparently they sold the name to some 3rd party chinese company to make all sorts of things. there are keyboards, mouse and other stuff with hyundai name on them. not really important but just a few things about the name brand.

Hyundai does have electronics line but it got bought by SK group after name hyundai electronics line name changed to SK Hynix (you've probably seen hynix more often on rams...etc)
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What kind of professional experience are you talking about? You, as a professional, put these undeniably cheapo drives into business machines? I don't think that's the market for these drives.
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I think the 480 would be great in a USB enclosure for an Xbox. Decent read speeds, cheap, and reliability isn't much of a concern (though I think other posters' comments about that are overblown anyway).
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I think the 480 would be great in a USB enclosure for an Xbox. Decent read speeds, cheap, and reliability isn't much of a concern (though I think other posters' comments about that are overblown anyway).
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I think the 480 would be great in a USB enclosure for an Xbox. Decent read speeds, cheap, and reliability isn't much of a concern (though I think other posters' comments about that are overblown anyway).
This was my exact thoughts but after looking at the 860 QVO 1TB for $88. It's kinda hard to pull the trigger on this one.

If you do that route. Just get an usb 3.0 to sata cable. It's cheaper than most enclosures.


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I just need an ssd to boot up OS and use internet browser

No storage

I think this will do
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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.
What kind of professional experience are you talking about? You, as a professional, put these undeniably cheapo drives into business machines? I don't think that's the market for these drives.
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The 240GB ADATA SU635 QLC is only $1 more [amazon.com]. Opinions on which is likely to last longer?
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*Generic Warranty/Mileage joke*
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My only suggestion is that I've gotten the Adata SU800 Ultimate of similar size for $48 shipped 2 times now. Amazon sale or Rakuten.

D-Ram and more reliable brand for ssd. However if you're looking to go super cheap and know what you're getting here then go for it
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I ordered 1 from walmart last week, picked up my box and I got 10!
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Picked up a 120 when they were this price recently. It works well as a boot drive for an older computer to speed it up substantially from hdd.
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