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665p only has 300TBW endurance not worth over $100. SN550 is $116.99 on WD store at checkout if signed in and has 600TBW endurance TLC Memory. SN750 1TB is $121.49
LTT did a video where they all tried 3 pcs with ssd, nvme and pcie 4 nvme, None of them could tell which was which. Once you get a decent ssd there is almost no difference outside of benchmarks or some very specific workloads.

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Seems meh for the performance. I miss the days when the 660p was widely available for about $85-90. Made sense at that point compared to other more expensive offerings from Samsung at that time
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Seems meh for the performance. I miss the days when the 660p was widely available for about $85-90. Made sense at that point compared to other more expensive offerings from Samsung at that time
The good old days when $85 for 660P was meh deal.
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The good old days when $85 for 660P was meh deal.
Right, it was that price all the time and occasionally what, like $70?
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with recent WD black SN750 1TB deals, this is a meh deal, would be more attractive if the price could go down sub $100.
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Lousy drive... buy it and I even tested on crystal mark as a thunderbolt 3 ... ugg slow!! Enjoy it if u buys... good luck. No wonder intel wants to clear this inventory!!!
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Lousy drive... buy it and I even tested on crystal mark as a thunderbolt 3 ... ugg slow!! Enjoy it if u buys... good luck. No wonder intel wants to clear this inventory!!!
Agreed, bought one to replace a really old 256 GB ssd thinking it was gonna rock my world, in actual real world usage it's maybe 25% faster
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the intel ssd 665p shows some improvement over the 660p, however there is an issue with cost to performance. Currently the 665p can be purchased for $130 that is the same price one can pick up a higher-preformat drive for similar tasks. If the price of the 665p comes down it will make a fine general use drive.
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Agreed, bought one to replace a really old 256 GB ssd thinking it was gonna rock my world, in actual real world usage it's maybe 25% faster
LTT did a video where they all tried 3 pcs with ssd, nvme and pcie 4 nvme, None of them could tell which was which. Once you get a decent ssd there is almost no difference outside of benchmarks or some very specific workloads.
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665p only has 300TBW endurance not worth over $100. SN550 is $116.99 on WD store at checkout if signed in and has 600TBW endurance TLC Memory. SN750 1TB is $121.49
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Right, it was that price all the time and occasionally what, like $70?
Meh kind of deal. I remember 16megs of RAM was like $200 and 200meg hard drive was a killer deal @ $300
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Noob question. Can this be used to boot windows? Can't remember my mb but it's for amd fx8650 or something
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The good old days when $85 for 660P was meh deal.
meh has different deals, nowadays !!

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