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$46 Team Group MS30 M.2 2280 512GB SATA III TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) TM8PS7512G0C101

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Team Group MS30 M.2 2280 512GB SATA III TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) TM8PS7512G0C101

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Reviews said it is thin, so flex on removal, causing ssd to non function, i.e. doa.
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great price for an m.2 ssd this time of the year.
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this SSD work with Synology DS1019+ 5-Bay
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Be advised that this is a SATA drive, not NVMe.
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Be advised that this is a SATA drive, not NVMe.
Thanks for the heads up.
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Seems like a super good price. Are they dodgy to be so low priced?
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Seems like a super good price. Are they dodgy to be so low priced?
From my experience, Team Group for the most part is a lower mid tier product for most of their stuff.
Nothing super fancy, but tends to work and do what it is supposed to.
Since this is a SATA and not NVME, it is priced about right.
Still faster than a HDD, but not really any better than a standard 2.5 SATA SSD, except less space and no extra cables needed in the case.
I am debating getting one for my desktop, the motherborad has two M.2 slots, one is NVME (and has a WD blue 1TB in it), but the second is only a SATA M.2, so this would work great in it. I could take out my barely used 1tb HDD that is my storage drive. It is not even 1/4 full, usually just used to put video on that I am editing, then the finished product is moved to the server.
I also may get one for my brother in laws laptop. It has a 1 gb HDD in it, but has an open M.2 SATA slot.

If you are getting this for a primary drive, it may be better to find a "faster" 2.5 SATA drive instead for about the same price. If you have a M.2 NVME slot, I would spend and extra $10 or so for an NVME drive.

Edit: moot point, deal is dead.
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From my experience, Team Group for the most part is a lower mid tier product for most of their stuff.
Nothing super fancy, but tends to work and do what it is supposed to.
Since this is a SATA and not NVME, it is priced about right.
Still faster than a HDD, but not really any better than a standard 2.5 SATA SSD, except less space and no extra cables needed in the case.
I am debating getting one for my desktop, the motherborad has two M.2 slots, one is NVME (and has a WD blue 1TB in it), but the second is only a SATA M.2, so this would work great in it. I could take out my barely used 1tb HDD that is my storage drive. It is not even 1/4 full, usually just used to put video on that I am editing, then the finished product is moved to the server.
I also may get one for my brother in laws laptop. It has a 1 gb HDD in it, but has an open M.2 SATA slot.

If you are getting this for a primary drive, it may be better to find a "faster" 2.5 SATA drive instead for about the same price. If you have a M.2 NVME slot, I would spend and extra $10 or so for an NVME drive.

Edit: moot point, deal is dead.
great information, much more informed now.
thank you
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