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2TB Crucial MX500 3D NAND 2.5" Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2TB Crucial MX500 3D NAND 2.5" Solid State Drive (CT2000MX500SSD1) for $199.99. Shipping is free. Thanks ChicoDad

Note: In stock on March 19, 2020.

Crucial also has 2TB Crucial MX500 3D NAND 2.5" Solid State Drive (CT2000MX500SSD1) for $199.99. Shipping is free.

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NVME versus SATA SSD does not matter if the user does nothing but play games, browse the web, and watch movies.
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Standard price for the past few weeks. Can order from Crucial directly for immediate stock:
https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ct2000mx500ssd1
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LTT did a nonscientific experiment on percieved drive speed.

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Still a good deal if you don't need nvme.
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Is this an all-time low?
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Is this an all-time low?

Standard price for the past few weeks. Can order from Crucial directly for immediate stock:
https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ct2000mx500ssd1
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With consoles coming and the usual price fixing, I doubt flash memory is going to get a lot cheaper than this.
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Aw yeah! My price match request from last night took effect! It was $205, but I saw Crucial had it for $200. Only $5, but it was worth a shot. Especially when you get 5% back on Prime card.
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Is this an all-time low?
Yes. Same as on Black Friday / Cyber Whatever.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/...y_days=730
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Last edited by Bruce-TC February 19, 2020 at 09:21 AM. Reason: Wrong Product Match
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I went NVME and almost don't want to look back now. They do make PCIe NVME cards if your mobo didn't come with slots. I went from thinking 500MB/sec was fast to 3+ GB. And less cables/cleaner install.
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I went NVME and almost don't want to look back now. They do make PCIe NVME cards if your mobo didn't come with slots. I went from thinking 500MB/sec was fast to 3+ GB. And less cables/cleaner install.
NVME versus SATA SSD does not matter if the user does nothing but play games, browse the web, and watch movies.
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I went NVME and almost don't want to look back now. They do make PCIe NVME cards if your mobo didn't come with slots. I went from thinking 500MB/sec was fast to 3+ GB. And less cables/cleaner install.
What do you need it for? Move 100+ GB video files back and forth?
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NVME versus SATA SSD does not matter if the user does nothing but play games, browse the web, and watch movies.
this is true, i built a new computer with an nvme drive thinking it will have somewhat of a difference in gaming. honestly i barely notice a difference in loading time. a factor to a slightly little faster loading time might be due to the CPU upgrade from i7 4770k-ryzen 2700x. unless you often move huge files around or want a very clean look into your case with minimal cables, NVME doesnt provide much more for gamers.
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What do you need it for? Move 100+ GB video files back and forth?
Yeah NVME is more useful if you are doing video / graphics editing.
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it's been this price most of the last 1 month... price hstory attached. Thanks for posting OP!

Edit: marking contextual price information as 'unhelpful' on a deal forum is like saying it is not helpful to know real regular prices while browsing a sale ad.
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