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ADATA 512GB RGB SSD XPG S40G 3D NAND PCIe Gen3x4 NVMe 1.3 M.2 2280 Internal $63.99 + Free Shipping

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got the 256gb variant. this ssd is nice and should last long as it has its huge heatsink.
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got the 256gb variant. this ssd is nice and should last long as it has its huge heatsink.
You got to be careful man, I posted the same deal only it was 256gb and from Amazon and I had 10 downvotes because and I quote " you can find it cheaper on different days." I be careful apparently ADATA is highly hated on this site, even though their SSDS are in the top 5 of best performing ssds.
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You got to be careful man, I posted the same deal only it was 256gb and from Amazon and I had 10 downvotes because and I quote " you can find it cheaper on different days." I be careful apparently ADATA is highly hated on this site, even though their SSDS are in the top 5 of best performing ssds.
This site prefers no name generic SSDs from companies that also sell tripods and selfie sticks.
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8% ebay bucks sweetens this deal.
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This site prefers no name generic SSDs from companies that also sell tripods and selfie sticks.
Hyundai Yo!!
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Does anyone have the 1tb version and tested speeds? I installed two in raid 0 last night and getting 3000r/3400w. The packaging said single drive speeds should reach 3500/3000 but then on the amazon listing it shows 3500/1900.
Guess I'm curious what others are getting with their speed tests before I disassemble the raid setup.
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Can you remove the cover for installation in a laptop?
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Can you remove the cover for installation in a laptop?
Wouldn't recommend it. It's there for a reason. NVME drives can run hot. Do you really want to put something in your laptop to make it operate at a higher temperature, especially on the bottom side?
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Would not recommend this nvme. I've just returned mine to amazon, bought it for $81.x for 1TB. This thing would overheat and BSOD, I had windows update running and it died on me. After that point bios doesn't detect the drive.

Would you want uncertainty and risk of loosing your data? I've highly recommend people stay away.
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Wouldn't recommend it. It's there for a reason. NVME drives can run hot. Do you really want to put something in your laptop to make it operate at a higher temperature, especially on the bottom side?
It actually doesn't act as a heat-spreader, I got the 1TB at 82$ from the deal few weeks ago and after inspection realized that what make contact with the ssd is the plastic part of the HS doing actually the opposite of what a HS is supposed to do. I plan to try and remove it, still have to figure out how.
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It actually doesn't act as a heat-spreader, I got the 1TB at 82$ from the deal few weeks ago and after inspection realized that what make contact with the ssd is the plastic part of the HS doing actually the opposite of what a HS is supposed to do. I plan to try and remove it, still have to figure out how.
And I was feeling bad I missed out on that deal.
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This is the average price when it goes on sale but from reading all the bad reviews it's kind of hard to pull the trigger. I guess the real question is how bad do you want RGB on your nvme lol
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It actually doesn't act as a heat-spreader, I got the 1TB at 82$ from the deal few weeks ago and after inspection realized that what make contact with the ssd is the plastic part of the HS doing actually the opposite of what a HS is supposed to do. I plan to try and remove it, still have to figure out how.
I snagged that deal too. I have been happy with the speeds as I came from a sata ssd. The white part of the "heatsink" is a plastic light defuser for the leds mounted on the pcb. I was reading a review, and they think it is only stuck on by some mildly thermally conductive double sided tape. If you look at the end of it you can see only the white plastic is touching the tape.
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